Definitions for "Footprinting"
A technique by which one identifies a protein binding site on cellular DNA. The presence of a bound protein prevents DNase from "nicking" that region, which can be detected by an appropriately designed gel.
Footprinting is a technique for identifying the site on DNA bound by some protein by virtue of the protection of bonds in this region against attack by nucleases. Defined as key term in Molecular Biology 3.9.14 RNA polymerase binds to one face of DNA
Method for detecting sites of interaction between regulatory or promoter proteins and DNA.
Keywords:  drought, lawn, mild, walking, grass
During periods of mild to moderate stages of water (drought) stress, grass plants may be slow to spring back after walking on them leaving temporary foot-shaped impressions on the lawn.
a process of inserting and tracking a string of characters into a binary file that can later be interrogated