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Synonyms for RNA

(biochemistry) a long linear polymer of nucleotides found in the nucleus but mainly in the cytoplasm of a cell where it is associated with microsomes

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LUNAR(TM) delivery of synthetic human erythropoietin messenger RNA in non-human primates (N = 3) generated 1000-fold increase of erythropoietin protein with one low dose (0.
Messenger RNA offers a powerful way to modulate gene expression within a cell, thereby providing a novel therapeutic approach to treat diseases that were previously inaccessible or relied on expensive and complex protein replacement therapies.
It seems likely, however, that simple RNA molecules on the primordial Earth would have consisted of mixes of both right- and left-handed forms.
Since then we've all been wondering how RNA replication could have started on the primitive Earth," Joyce said.
In order to rule out the virus, the researchers analyzed skin cells from the same people and found that RNA misspellings originally discovered in the white blood cells were also in the skin cells.
When the number of viral particles in the sample was high, we omitted the RNase A and DNase I treatments and used the RNeasy Mini Kit (Qiagen) for RNA extraction.
Specimens were obtained from 95 of the 176 otosclerosis patients and from all 45 controls in an attempt to detect measles virus RNA by RT-PCR.
In the beginning, the driving force behind RNAs was the preservation of specific timber types--a Douglas-fir RNA or a ponderosa-pine RNA, for example.
1 Top ten countries and the percentages of individuals who participated in DNA RNA 2014 Figure 2.
The structure of RNA polymerase intrigued Kornberg because this enzyme begins the protein-making process.
To conserve samples we did not confirm positive results by RIBA but instead tested for virus in plasma by using a real-time reverse transcription (RT)-PCR assay for HCV RNA developed in our laboratory.
The advent of RNA interference (RNAi) technology has truly revolutionized modern biology.
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