- n. a length of double-stranded DNA containing two thousand nucleotides, one thousand on each strand
- n. a length of single-stranded RNA containing one thousand nucleotides
- formed through affixing the prefix kilo- (one thousand) to the noun base (colloquial for a nucleotide in DNA or RNA) (Wiktionary)
“Structural variations of DNA greater than 1 kilobase in size account for most bases that vary among human genomes, but are still relatively under-ascertained.”
“This is consistent with the extensive sequence diversity present in domestic chicken (~5 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) per kilobase (kb) in pairwise comparisons) 6.”
“In the 117 megabases (Mb) of sequenced exome-containing intervals, the average rate of nucleotide differences between a pair of the Bushmen was 1.2 per kilobase, compared to an average of 1.0 per kilobase differing between a European and Asian individual.”
“For complexes with more than 2 components, correlations for all Chromosomal locations of variations relative to the NCBI36 human genome assembly were downloaded from the Database of Genomic Variants (DGV) kilobase length were provided by the segmental duplication database”
“We identified the probable ancestral Vtg gene among different mosquito species by its conserved association with a novel gene approximately one kilobase upstream of the start codon.”
“Why do we generally talk about kilobase lengths of DNA rather than molecular weight of DNA?”
“Why do we generally talk about kilobase lengths of DNA rather than molecular weights of DNA?”
“The viral genome is episomal, and its complete sequence (137 kilobase pairs) has been determined.”
“The symbol 'k' in the coordinates denotes kilobase pairs.”
“The two genes are located on chromosome V separated by ~450 Kbp (kilobase pairs) with identical introns with the exception of a few nucleotide differences in intron 7, however the 5′ and 3′ UTR regions do not contain any similarity.”
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