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Probe specifications


Unique identifier OMICS_20053
Name Probe
Alternative name King-Probe
Software type Application/Script
Interface Graphical user interface
Restrictions to use None
Input data Atomic coordinates.
Input format PDB
Output data Contact dots.
Output format Kinemage format.
Operating system Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Programming languages C
Computer skills Medium
Version 2.16
Stability Stable
Source code URL
Maintained Yes



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PMCID: 5332950
PMID: 28218698
DOI: 10.3390/v9020031

[…] as described by king et al. [] to confirm the presence of viral dna for asfv using the primers king forward (5′-ctgctcatggtatcaatcttatcga-3′), king reverse (5′-gataccacaagatcrgccgt-3′), and the king probe (5′‑fam‑ccacgggaggaataccaacccagtg-tam-3′)., samples that were positive by qpcr had each target gene fragments amplified separately using the pcr protocols outlined below. the c terminal […]

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Probe institution(s)
Biochemistry Department, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
Probe funding source(s)
Supported by NIH research grant GM-15000, by use of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center Shared Resource for Macromolecular Graphics, and by an educational leave from the Glaxo Wellcome Inc.

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