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Liver function tests or LFTs are blood tests designed to determine how well your liver is working. The concentrations of several liver enzymes in your blood, including alanine aminotransferase, serve as good indicators of liver damage. High levels of alanine aminotransferase usually indicate a damaged liver.

STS - Wikipedia
Medicine. Secondary traumatic stress, a condition which leads to a diminished ability to empathize; Sequence-tagged site, a gene-reference in genomics; Soft-tissue sarcoma; Staurosporine, an antibiotic; STS (gene), which codes for steroid sulfatase Superior temporal sulcus; Places. Semipalatinsk Test Site for Soviet nuclear weapons; STS, the IATA airport code for Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma ...

STS - What does STS stand for? The Free Dictionary
Looking for online definition of STS or what STS stands for? STS is listed in the World's largest and most authoritative dictionary database of abbreviations and acronyms The Free Dictionary

MedTerms Medical Dictionary A-Z List - S on
Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions, s listing.

Sequence-Tagged Sites (STS)
Sequence-Tagged Site (STS) is a relatively short, easily PCR-amplified sequence (200 to 500 bp) which can be specifically amplified by PCR and detected in the presence of all other genomic sequences and whose location in the genome is mapped. The STS concept was introduced by Olson et al (1989). In assessing the likely impact of the Polymerase ...

STS — Wikipédia
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Genome Mapping - SlideShare
Sequence tagged site (STS) mapping
A sequence tagged site or STS is simply a short DNA sequence, generally between 100 and 500 bp in length, that is easily recognizable and occurs only once in the chromosome or genome being studied.
To map a set of STSs, a collection of overlapping DNA fragments from a single chromosome or from the ...

NCBI BLAST < Sequence Similarity Searching < EMBL-EBI
BLAST stands for Basic Local Alignment Search Tool.The emphasis of this tool is to find regions of sequence similarity, which will yield functional and evolutionary clues about the structure and function of your sequence.

Contig - Wikipedia
One common strategy is to use sequence-tagged site (STS) content mapping to detect unique DNA sites in common between BACs. The degree of overlap is roughly estimated by the number of STS markers in common between two clones, with more markers in common signifying a greater overlap.

FASTA (pronounced FAST-AYE) is a suite of programs for searching nucleotide or protein databases with a query sequence. FASTA itself performs a local heuristic search of a protein or nucleotide database for a query of the same type. FASTX and FASTY translate a nucleotide query for searching a protein database. TFASTX and TFASTY translate a nucleotide database to be searched with a protein query.



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