What do you mean by Calf thymus DNA?
The thymus is an organ in the upper chest, which all mammals have. The calf thymus is a thymus that belongs to a calf. Calf thymus DNA, is the DNA that can be isolated from this calf thymus. Calf thymus DNA is used for many experiments, because the thymus has a very high yield of DNA (calf thymus DNA has a yield of approx. 2.542% (w/w))
The thymus gland of the calf.
in DNA estimation by diphenylamine method, standard calf thymus DNA is digested by perchloric acid, but unkown is not digested by perchloric acid, rather rest protocol of diluting with water and treating with diphenylamine and checking aborbance reamins same can anybody say the reason?
When sold commercially, the thymus gland is referred to as "sweetbread" or "sweetmeat" depending on the region. This can be confused with the spleen, which may also be sold under the commercial name of "sweetmeat". In the live animal, it is simply referred to as the thymus.
Usually you will get the thymus or pancreas of a young lamb or calf. Rarely pork.
All cells contain DNA (even cells with no nuclei have mithcondria which encode their own genome). thymus cells have an especially high amount of DNA since they serve as a place where T cells mature.
It is usually done to obtain genes for antibodies.
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The thymus gland (known as throat sweetbread) and the pancreas (stomach sweetbread), especially of the calf and lamb (although beef sweetbreads are sometimes eaten), are considered delicacies and are rich in mineral elements and vitamins. The pancreas is generally preferred to the thymus. Sweetbreads are highly perishable and, immediately after removal from refrigeration, should be soaked and parboiled, then creamed, curried, braised, or otherwise prepared for serving.
Thymosin is produced by the thymus gland of the endocrine system. Thymus Gland The Thymus Gland. The thymus gland is the organ that secretes thymosin. The Thymus gland
The adult thymus has atrophied and no longer provides for significant immunologic function, whereas the infant thymus is still important, immunologically. what is the difference of adult thymus and infant thymus The adult thymus has atrophied and no longer provides for significant immunologic function, whereas the infant thymus is still important, immunologically.
F. J. Bollum has written: 'Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase' -- subject(s): DNA polymerases, T cells, Thymus
Not too sure what you are referring to. Do you mean the scientific name for a cow and a calf, for a cow-calf farm/operation, or a cow's calf? Without clarification there is no hope that this question can actually be answered.
The thymus is its own organ The thymus is a specialized organ in the immune system.
This means place a halter on the calf in tie it to a sturdy post or fence.
The thymus is a ductless, butterfly-shaped gland lying at the base of the neck, formed mostly of lymphatic tissue and aiding in the production of T cells of the immune system: after puberty, the lymphatic tissue gradually degenerates.
The Raising of cows
Thymus Lymphocytes could be roughly divided into two categories. B cell and T cell. Though they both originate from the bone marrow, T cell migrate to the" thymus," where it reach maturity while B cell got mature in the bone. That is, T stands for thymus. However, B doesn't mean "bone" actually, for B cell was first discovered in the "bursa of Fabricius" in a bird.
The thymus is part of the immune system.
The thymus is an organ in the immune system.
In the ancient Near East, the moon god was frequently represented by a bull with crescent horns or by a golden calf. So, the calf was used to worship the moon god.
They mature in the thymus. The thymus is an organ that is found near the heart - "T" stands for thymus.
calf ,gentle, tame
either the calf or the veal
The inflammation of the thymus is thymitis. -itis means the inflammation of and thym refers to the thymus. thymitis
No. Castrating a bull calf will not make it friendly, it will just make the calf unable to breed and also less prone to be dangerous. "Friendly" really isn't the right term to use here because a calf would literally have to be taught to like to be around people and not be scared of them or mean towards them (or "mean" as in like to play rough).
Thymus is a plant or an herb.
The thymus gland is responsible for regulating the immune system. The thymus gland is located in the upper chest cavity.
Gideon Goldstein has written: 'The human thymus' -- subject(s): Diseases, Immunopathology, Thymus, Thymus Gland
The thymus is part of the Lymphatic system
The thymus is located in the chest.
medical term pertaining to the thymus
The thymus is located behind the sternum, within the mediastinum and in front of the heart. The thymus is a lymphoid gland.
What is the difference in the thymus in a fetal pig or in a young cat compared to the thymus in the adult pig or cat?
Dr. Tina Walker of Lost River Animal Hospital in Baker, West Virginia says the thymus of a fetal pig or cat atrophy's as they reach adulthood. The thymus of cats and pigs act the same as a human's thymus.
The Thymus sits just superior to the heart and anterior to the Aorta.
the thymus gland is located in the endocrine system
Thymus gland is the place where T-Lymphocytes get mature.
False, the Thymus lacks B cells.
The thymus gland is part of the immune system.
If you mean a caribou, it's called a calf.
vaquilla, novilla heifer-calf = ternera
Dear friend, you're looking for the synonym. But do you mean the calf as in between the knee and ankle? Or a baby cow? I'll just give you both. Foreleg has the same meaning as calf (between the knee and ankle). Dogie, maverick, and yearling have the same meaning as calf (baby cow).
It is when DNA is not of a prime material.
the thymus gland is located behind the breastbone rite above the heart
Thymoma means tumor of the thymus.
Yes, both sexes have the thymus gland
Thymic means pertaining to the thymus. thymic
Thymoma is a benign tumor of the thymus.
The thymus is a gland not a muscle. It is part of the immune system in children and becomes dormant in an adult. I don't know what a thymus muscle is. Thomas A. Bea
The thymus gland is located in the neck and chest area. In a fetal pig, the exact size of the thymus gland is not known but it is said to be enormous.