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back·track·ing

(bak-trak'ing),
The backward movement of RNA polymerase along the DNA template to a state more stable than that encountered when some base pairs disrupt the attachment of the 3' end from the active transcription site.

back·track·ing

(bak'trak-ing)
The backward movement of RNA polymerase along the DNA template to a state more stable than that encountered when some base pairs disrupt the attachment of the 3' end from the active transcription site.
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Since Trilogy's Backtracking technology makes it easy to carry out complex configurations on the Web by automating the entire backtracking process, it is of critical importance to large companies selling complex products through multiple sales channels.
It also means Duffy is backtracking ever so slightly from his previous position that shipping Olowokandi to Europe isn't entirely dependent on the outcome of the NBA's labor stalemate.
A major portion of the field went the wrong way for over a mile Sunday before backtracking.
ROI Trax goes beyond traffic analysis, backtracking each purchase made, all the way through to the initial keyword.
Must be well organized, especially if the company is targeting numerous audiences; provide a search engine; and allow for ease of moving from one section of the site to another without backtracking.