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Synonyms for eukaryote

an organism with cells characteristic of all life forms except primitive microorganisms such as bacteria


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Previously, the protein had been thought to exist only in eukaryotic cells.
The author of numerous papers, Professor Maga's interests include enzymology of DNA replication in eukaryotic cells, novel antiviral strategies against hepatitis C virus, development of novel anti-HIV compounds, host-pathogen interactions in viral infections, and novel targets and drugs for anticancer chemotherapy.
One is that cholesterol is an essential part of the plasma membrane that surrounds all eukaryotic cells.
Protein kinases mediate most of the cellular signal transduction in eukaryotic cells.
Also provided are recombinant expression constructs capable of expressing each of the amino acid transporter genes of the invention in cultures of transformed prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, as well as such cultures of transformed cells that synthesize the human amino acid transporter proteins encoded therein.
In addition to streamlining lab processes, PureYield provides plasmid that's suited for the most demanding applications such as transfection of eukaryotic cells and in vitro translation of protein.
The microscope will be used to study fixed biological samples ranging from simple bacterial cells to eukaryotic cells.
It's the first direct experimental evidence of this phenomenon in eukaryotic cells, or cells with nuclei, and it contrasts the widely accepted classical model of evolution, which doesn't account for simultaneously developing beneficial adaptations," she said.
The other three allowed patent applications disclose non-invasive methods for detecting eukaryotic cells (such as tumor cells) or microorganisms (such as bacteria) in a living mammal, where the cells or microorganisms have been transformed to incorporate either a bioluminescent or fluorescent reporter gene.
Cloning, sequencing and genetic manipulation of the fructosyltransferase gene so as to produce high levels of the enzyme in recombinant prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Salmonella are motile, gram-negative, pathogens that infect eukaryotic cells.
Sontheimer said that CRISPR interference works a little like RNA interference - a trick that complex eukaryotic cells use to block viruses and parasitic DNA stretches called transposons.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- RNA interference (RNAi) is a phenomenon that has rapidly evolved into a powerful technique to silence gene expression in eukaryotic cells.
Axonal transport and neurotransmitter release, for example, are now known to occur by mechanisms that are related to those of membrane trafficking and secretion used by all eukaryotic cells, and the neurofilaments whose unusual staining properties allowed neuroanatomists to trace axonal tracts are now recognized as part of a larger family of intermediate filaments found in many cell types.