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Synonyms for nucleotide

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The complete nucleotide sequence, structure and genetic variation of the mGH was not previously described.
Recently, a group of enzymes was discovered, called Thg1-like proteins (TLPs), which were found to add nucleotides in the opposite direction.
In order to achieve full saturation of reaction mix by 40 nucleotide duplex DNA molecules, five cycles of PCR were carried out.
Nucleotide and amino acid percentage identities of RVH * RVH type US porcine Japan porcine RVH, % RVH, % US porcine RVH Nucleotide 91-100 89.
The bacteria were able to reproduce normally, replicating the X and Y along with the natural nucleotides.
The demand for nucleotides has grown in tandem with the expansion of the market for processed foods and the increased ratio of their use, and is expected to continue expanding more than 8% annually, went on to say Ajinomoto.
High intra-species similarities of nucleotide sequences of the ITS1-5.
Dietary nucleotides and fecal microbiota in formula-fed infants: A randomized controlled trial.
In this figure, nucleotide axis represents nucleotides of documents collection ordered alphabetically.
Tell your students that DNA replication involves enzymes, called DNA polymerases, which add additional nucleotides only at the 3' end of the growing strand.
The overall nucleotide diversity ([pi]) in the EGP genes is 6.
Ajinomoto said nucleotide seasonings produce ''robust'' flavor when used in combination with monosodium glutamate.
Each nucleotide on the DNA template specifies a complementary nucleotide on the RNA product.
A new interactive web site called MitoAnalyzer has been developed by NIST researchers that allows users to determine the effects of single nucleotide polymorphisms, mutations, insertions, or deletions in human mitochondrial DNA.
The most conserved nucleotide is a purine, usually an A, at position -3.