negative sense

negative sense

in RNA viruses, the genomic RNA is of opposite polarity, 5′ to 3′, to messenger RNA so that after adsorption, penetration, uncoating and release of the viral RNA into the cytoplasm of the cell, the viral RNA must first be transcribed to produce messenger RNAs which is initially accomplished by a RNA dependent RNA polymerase that is a structural component of the virus and released along with the viral RNA.
References in classic literature ?
What they had said in the conversation, that he acted justly only in a negative sense, absorbed his thoughts.
The [upcoming] conference was not postponed in a negative sense.
This performance wasn't pretty at times, but it was robotic - only not in a negative sense.
By exporting terrorism and religiously inspired extremism, the Middle East has become "global" in the most negative sense.
Because this technology allows detection of RNA transcripts while retaining the cellular morphology of the tissues, the researchers were able to localize Zika virus negative sense replicative RNA directly in placental Hofbauer cells and neural cells/neurons of brains.
Boudewijn devotes seven chapters to a close reading of her body of texts on the main characteristics ascribed to Eurasians: sensuality, 'going Indies' (verindischen), purity, mixed marriages, mediocracy, beastliness, all in a negative sense, and with emancipation as a sole but not undiluted positive trait.
In the first decade (1810s), terrific is very uncommon and only the negative sense ('frightful') is recorded.
Not, you understand, in a negative sense although it is slightly bonkers.
In 2012, Javadpur University professor Ambikesh Mahapatra was arrested for circulating a cartoon showing Mamata and the then railway minister Mukul Roy in a negative sense.
An opposite kind of example is "expect", which Japanese people tend to think of as always a positive thing (as in kitai suru), but in fact in English it can also be used in a negative sense, such as "we are expecting a typhoon.
The word regulation is often associated with detailed procedures, rules, and controls and over time it has come to be perceived in a negative sense, and sometimes self-serving.
It's quite a historic moment in a negative sense for American foreign policy.