DNAase


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DNAase

(dē′ĕn-ā′ās)
n.
Variant of DNase.
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13 was characterized because its average content of C:G was of 52%, with zones with poor methylation of the Histone H3 in GM125 cells besides acetylation of 3HK27ac in the first 700 pb of this gene; the region did not reveal sensitivity to treatments with DNAase I, Formaldehyde, and treatment with free radicals.
02, hypersensitive areas to treatments with DNAase I, formaldehyde and cleavage intensity by OH radicals.
papatasi fed on turkey blood because a relatively high DNAase activity level was induced in the sand fly gut by nucleated erythrocytes (Schlein et al.
The usefulness of serum antibody to Epstein-Barr virus-specific DNAase (EDAb) in early detection of nasopharyngeal carcinoma].
tropica infections in the Old World sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi, even when insects were infected after digestion of the blood meal, perhaps due to DNAase activity triggered by the presence of nucleated erythrocytes.
infantum to the vici- Nucleated erythro- nity of human dwel- cytes in blood meal lings where sand stimulate DNAase flies also present activity fatal to Leishmania within Dogs kept to guard sand fly gut?
Tests such as coagulase tests, DNAase tests, Optochin test, bile solubility, bacitracin test, triple sugar iron test, indole test, citrate test, urease test, oxidase, methyl red(MR) and voges--proskauer (VP) tests were done.
Propagation of globin DNAase I-hypersensitive sites in absence of factors required for induction: a possible mechanism for determination.