Tandem Repeat Sequences
Tandem Repeat Sequences: Multiple copies of the same base sequence on a chromosome: used as markers in physical mapping.
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Tandem Programs: When the buyer actually assumes possession from a seller of assets agreed upon in a forward contract or a futures contract.
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Variable Number Tandem Repeats (VNTR): Any gene whose alleles contain different numbers of tandemly repeated oligonucleotide sequences.
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Radar Repeater: A unit which duplicates the ppi display at a location remote from the main radar indicator installation. Also called ppi repeater, remote ppi.
Repeat Sequences: The length of a nucleotide sequence that is repeated in a tandem cluster.
Repeat Sign: Musical symbol that indicates repetition of a passage in a composition.
Nucleotide Sequences: The genetic code encrypted in the sequence of bases along a nucleic acid.