deoxyribose


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a sugar that is a constituent of nucleic acids

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The deoxyribose method: a simple test tube assay for determination of rate constants for reactions of hydroxyl radicals.
Hydroxyl radical scavenging activity (HRSA) of the VAL extract was measured using the deoxyribose method (Halliwell, 1996) with a slight modification.
Nucleases can be protein or RNA and use water, deoxyribose, inorganic phosphate, or the side chain of Ser, Tyr or His as a nucleophile.
177) deoxyribose nucleic acid Regulations relating to which is a nucleic acid the import and export of composed of building human tissue, blood, blocks called nucleotides blood products, cultured cells, stem cells, embryos, fetal tissue, zygotes and gametes (No.
Scientists who advocate writing in the active voice, however, often cite the first sentence from the famous Watson and Crick paper (1953), 'Molecular structure of nucleic acids: A structure for deoxyribose nucleic acid'.
Molecular structure of nucleic acids; a structure for deoxyribose nucleic acid.
Genes, as we now know, are actually made up of chemical molecules called deoxyribose nucleic acids, or DNA for short.
Role of defective high-affinity thiamine transporter slcl9a2 in marrow from a mouse model of thiamine responsive megaloblastic anemia; evidence for defective deoxyribose and heme synthesis (Abstract).
In April 1953 US biologist James Watson and English physicist Francis Crick published A Structure For Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid, showing the double-helix structure of DNA - the building block of life.
Este dia se publica un articulo de tan solo dos paginas (737-738) en la revista Nature con el titulo de "Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid" cuyos autores eran J.
Crick, Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid, 171 NATURE 737, 737 (1953) (giving an illustration of the structure of DNA).
The extent of inhibition of deoxyribose degradation in the presence of an agent gives an indication of hydroxyl radical scavenging ability.
In molecular structure of DNA in body cells such as sperm, free radicals can lead to the oxidation of purine and pyrimidine bases, breakage in one or two chromosome strands, formation of positions lacking base, formation of cross-bridges between DNA and protein, and change in deoxyribose sugar.