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Figure 3 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Figure 3

From: Methods to find out the expression of activated genes

Figure 3

Outline of subtractive suppression hybridisation with PCR. Test cDNA and control cDNA are digested with Rsa I. The test cDNA sequences are divided into two halves, one of them being ligated with Adapter A (empty squares), the second one with Adapter B (filled squares). Each half is hybridized with control cDNA. The single-stranded (non-hybridized) sequences of both halves (denoted by asterisks) are annealed in a second hybridization step, primers to the Adapters are added and, after PCR, cloning and gene identification are carried out.

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