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Whenever you need it, this database serves as a technical resource developed specifically to answer your questions and assist you with troubleshooting. It is important that you depress the pipette plunger to the second stop and create an air gap behind the sample when loading your SPRINT cartridge. These air gaps do not need to be the same size, as the instrument will correct most variation.
If you need to upgrade your instrument software to version 2.0 or later, please contact [email protected]
Additional maintenance tasks may need to be performed as necessary to ensure proper operation of the instrument.
across the IR1 repeats), alternative promoter usage by LMP2 and other latency-associated transcripts, intergenic splicing at the BZLF2 locus, and antisense transcription and pervasive readthrough transcription throughout the genome.
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is a human gammaherpesvirus that is endemic worldwide and is associated with a number of cancers including Hodgkin lymphoma, Burkitt and other non-Hodgkin lymphomas, nasopharyngeal carcinoma and gastric carcinoma (1,2).
Our method, Transcriptome Resolution through Integration of Multi-platform Data (TRIMD), identifies nearly 300 novel EBV transcripts, quadrupling the size of the annotated viral transcriptome.
If your SPRINT has software version 2.0 or later, you can redefine the associated RLF with completed runs from your instrument.
A host of observations demonstrating the relationship between nuclear architecture and processes such as gene expression have led to a number of new technologies for interrogating chromosome positioning.
Whereas some of these technologies reconstruct intermolecular interactions, others have enhanced our ability to visualize chromosomes in situ.
Annotation of herpesvirus genomes has traditionally been undertaken through the detection of open reading frames and other genomic motifs, supplemented with sequencing of individual c DNAs.
Second generation sequencing and high-density microarray studies have revealed vastly greater herpesvirus transcriptome complexity than is captured by existing annotation.