1971) Antibodies to polynucleotides
in human sera: antigenic specificity and relation to disease.
It is in polynucleotides
that DNA gains its biological utility.
What remains to be done is to prepare, on montmorillonite, oligomers containing two or more complementary bases in a feeding reaction, and to test the mixture of polynucleotides
that forms for catalytic activity.
For instance, each nucleic acid that is added to a polynucleotide
can have a different conformation.
8,288,102, relating to PCR-based methods for the detection of EML4-ALK (anaplastic lymphoma kinase) polynucleotides
in patient samples.
7, named 'System for Expression of Genes in Plants,' covers claims to methods for expressing one or more polynucleotides
of interest using a set of plant viral vectors that function together.
In many biological and biotechnological contexts, electrically charged polymer molecules--such as polynucleotides
and proteins and their complexes--move from one region of space to another in crowded environments.
The subject invention also includes polynucleotides
that encode these modified proteins, and transgenic plants that produce these modified proteins.
Polyhydroxyalkanoates, only recently appreciated as ranking with polysaccharides, proteins, polynucleotides
and polyisoprenoids as a class of physiologically important biopolymers, have brought a solution to the search for biodegradable plastics.
Separations of polynucleotides
are currently best accomplished in capillaries filled with immobilized polyacrylamide gels, and the use of entangled polymers as separation matrices has also attracted much attention recently, says Novotny.
These changes indicated periodontitis is associated with increased degradation of proteins, triacylglycerol, glycerolphospholipids, polysaccharides and polynucleotides
The firm stated that polynucleotides
encoding the claimed FZD-Fc polypeptides and cells producing such polypeptides are also covered in the patent.