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KB

abbreviation for King's Bench.
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High rates of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 recombination: near-random segregation of markers one kilobase apart in one round of viral replication.
For DNA molecules with thousands or millions of base pairs, the designation of kilobase pairs or megabase (Mb) are used, respectively.
The chip features 40,000 60-mer oligonucleotide probes with an average spatial resolution of 75 kilobase and requires 25 nanograms of DNA.
Various disease-causing organisms contain "pathogenicity islands": regions of 10 to 200 kilobase pairs with distinctive features that are determinants of bacterial virulence.
P1 replicates as a 90 kilobase (kb) plasmid in the lysogenic state and is partitioned equally into two new daughter cells during normal cell division (2, 7, 18).
The DNA was digested using increasing concentrations of the restriction enzyme ECORI in order to determine the concentration of enzyme needed to obtain DNA fragments in the 9 to 21 kilobase size range.
The sequences of a one kilobase region of the fiber gene were identical for all isolates, suggesting a single outbreak strain.
In the SEG and T7-9/A1-6 transcriptomes, the fragments per kilobase per million reads (FPKM) values for all 4 sequences were low, ranging from 0 to 0.
The lead SNP, rs1619661 is on chromosome 10, approximately 132 kilobase (kb) downstream of CXCL12 (Table 2).
Unigene expression level was estimated by counting the fragments per kilobase exon per million mapped fragments (FPKM) by using edgeR [19].