HNH nuclease is reported to be involved in cleavage of complementary strand
while Ruvc cleaves the non-complementary strand
resulting in the blunt end formation which after re-union gives frame shift mutations or indels 
7 kb circular genomes, encapsidated in twinned isometric viral particles but their genomes reported to express four proteins, encoded on the virion and complementary strand
equally (Boulton, 2002).
The replication process is semiconservative: the strands are separated and each of them builds its complementary strand
The homepage of the database contains a few tools for sequence analysis such as FindCodon, complementary strand
prediction, base composition and translation tool.
Since DNA is negatively charged, binding of the probe with a complementary strand
results in a higher magnitude of charge.
The enzymes could "read" the order of molecular components in a strand of XNA and use that information to build a complementary strand
When students enter the class, give them a card with one side of a DNA strand written on it and ask them to write in the complementary strand
Double stranded DNA is generated from single stranded DNA and its complementary strand
Capable of measuring 50,000 individual transcripts at once, the microarray bound a short sequence of messenger RNA with a fluorescent tag to a complementary strand
The researchers examined the sputum with both traditional cytology and a technique known as fluorescent in situ hybridization, or FISH, which uses fluorescently labeled single-strand DNA probes to bind to the complementary strand
of a specific gene.
The DNA in a sample is separated into single strands through heating, and each strand acts as a template for enzymatic extension of the missing complementary strand
Osaka, Japan) has patented a factor capable of efficiently regulating expression of an endoplasmic chaperone gene, a nucleic acid encoding it, a complementary strand
nucleic acid thereof, a method for regulating expression of an endoplasmic reticulum chaperone gene, and a method for expressing a foreign gene.