guanine


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Synonyms for guanine

a purine base found in DNA and RNA

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The bases concentrations with exclusion guanine and purine were changed by time of sampling.
Abbreviations: A, adapter proteins; GDP, guanosine diphosphate; GEF, guanine nucleotide exchange factor; GF, growth factor; GTP, guanosine triphosphate; MAPKK, MAPK kinase; MAPKKK, MAPKK kinase; P, phosphate residues; RTK, receptor tyrosine kinase; SGTPase, small guanine nucleotide triphosphatase.
Keywords: Gas chromatography, Guanine, Adenine, Cytosine, Thymine, Ethyl chloroformate.
The change of adenine to guanine at the 145th position results in the change of the amino acid serine to glycine (Ser49Gly), and the substitution of cytosine with guanine results in the change of the amino acid glycine to arginine (Gly389Arg) (6,7).
Each strand is made up of the equivalent of four different kinds of beads: amino acids called adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine.
STRUCTURE-FUNCTION INVESTIGATION OF THE C-TERMINAL HDS DOMAINS OF THE SEC7 GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTOR GBF1.
RNA's nucleobases include adenine, cytosine and guanine (also found in DNA), plus uracil.
DNA sequencing is the process of reading nucleotide bases in a specific DNA molecule, that is to say determining the arrangement mode of adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine.
DNA methylation--the addition of a methyl group, typically to a CpG site (where a cytosine base is followed by a guanine base)--is an important step for a number of cell processes, including embryonic development and maintenance of chromosomal stability.
In this case, the change is subtle: A single nucleotide called an adenine is replaced by another called a guanine on human chromosome 12.
Organisms down to the lowliest form use nucleotides adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine as DNA's four-letter alphabet.
Base Nucleoside Nucleotide Adenine deoxyguanosine deoxyguanylate Guanine deoxyguanosine deoxyguanylate Cytosine deoxycytidine deoxycytidylate Thymine deoxythymdine deoxythymidylate Table 1.
This reaction chemically cuts the labeled Salmonella DNA at all adenine and guanine sites in the DNA chain.
Because the reagent cleaves the Salmonella DNA only at adenine and guanine sites, and not at thymine and cytosine sites, the method is not a direct replacement for DNA sequencing.
Its varnishes use mica pigments in place of guanine and its scrubs and creams use sesame oils and plant-derived vitamin sources rather than lanolin or animalsourced vitamins.
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