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(biochemistry) any of various macromolecules composed of nucleotide chains that are vital constituents of all living cells

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Novel ClearMag magnetic particle technology C Captures both DNA and RNA without binding common blood-derived PCR inhibitors, facilitating isolation of pure nucleic acids for use in PCR, RT-PCR, microarrays and next generation sequencing
Nucleic Acids with a Six-membered Carbohydrate Mimic in the backbone
This work is significant because it supports the idea that these component molecules may have been around on the early Earth, reacted together, and survived because they were useful to proteins and nucleic acids.
Assembling contributions from a collection of authors with expertise in all areas of nucleic acids, medicinal chemistry, and therapeutic applications, Medicinal Chemistry of Nucleic Acids presents a thorough overview of nucleic acid chemistry - a rapidly evolving and highly challenging discipline directly responsible for the development of antiviral and antitumor drugs.
a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company committed to discovering and developing novel drugs to treat a number of medical conditions, with a primary focus in antivirals, today announced two presentations at the Nucleic Acid Summit 2014 held June 19-20, 2014 in San Diego.
The industrial experience held by Genset Oligos will make Proligo a fully integrated supplier of nucleic acid specialties (genomics and genetic medicine).
These protocells led to the subsequent evolution of nucleic acids and ultimately gave rise to self-sustaining cellular life.
It focuses on the methods for obtaining modified and native nucleic acids, and their biological applications.
Cambridge, MA) has patented a method for providing isolated nucleic acids molecules, designated CSAPK nucleic acid molecules, which encode novel protein kinases.
At the very least, they say, their self-copying molecule should help scientists address a profound question of biochemistry: How did nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA come to embody a blueprint for making proteins -- the stuff of hair, muscles and key biological molecules such as enzymes?
Current therapeutic applications for the viral and non-viral delivery of nucleic acids
ULS labeling of nucleic acids is a robust, one-step procedure that is completed within 30 minutes.
Alameda, CA) has patented a methods for introducing nucleic acids into a target cell using a transition metal enhancer.
What MIT scientist Paul Schimmel and Ya-Ming Hou discovered was that by changing just two nucleic acids in one kind of tRNA, they could transform it into a different type of tRNA.
Agilent's Nucleic Acids Solutions Division is adding large-scale nucleic acid synthesis, purification and drying capacity that will come on stream by the end of 2008.