encapsidate

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encapsidate

(in-kap′sĭ-dāt″)
To enclose within a capsid.
encapsidation (-kap″sĭ-dā′shŏn)
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A further variation on this can exist in the form of assay-specific target nucleic acids (not complete organisms), artificially encapsidated in something similar to a live organism.
Encapsidated RNAs or live or inactivated RNAs (such as RNA bacteriophage) can, however, be added directly to raw samples and serve as extraction or process controls.
The RNA form of the genome is encapsidated together with the reverse transcriptase, and reverse transcription occurs within the cytoplasm.
Geminiviruses are small plant viruses characterized by a covalently closed circular single stranded (ss) DNA encapsidated in twined (geminate) particles.
HAdVs are nonenveloped, linear double-stranded DNA viruses encapsidated within a protein shell and have been categorized into 6 species (A-F) that contain 51 immunologically distinct serotypes (3).
Tacere's family of HCV compounds, are novel therapeutic products containing three separate RNAi elements targeted against the Hepatitis C virus itself and encapsidated in an adeno-associated virus (AAV) protein coat.
The lead clinical candidate is a new class of agent containing three separate RNAi elements, simultaneously targeting three different sites of the Hepatitis C virus, and encapsidated in an adeno-associated virus (AAV) protein coat.
In another aspect an adenovirus based helper construct which by its size is incapable of being encapsidated.
The encapsidated HIV RNA control consisted of a consensus 172-base portion of the gag sequence for subtype B viruses encompassing the target amplification region for the Amplicor HIV-1 Monitor assay.
University of Alabama at Birmingham (Birmingham, AL) has patented a method of encapsidating a recombinant poliovirus nucleic acid to obtain a yield of encapsidated viruses which substantially comprises encapsidated recombinant poliovirus nucleic acid.