positive sequence

positive sequence

the sequence of the bases on the strand of a double-stranded nucleic acid that encodes the product. In DNA it is the strand that encodes the RNA, having thus the same base sequence except changing T for U in the RNA.
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Source and restoration parameters include over/under-voltage, over/under-frequency and positive sequence under-voltage.
In no fault condition and until there is no fault in the network, just the positive sequence of voltage and current have values and negative sequence and zero sequence of voltage and current should be ideally equal to zero.
The improving form is the most positive sequence of results this term and has given the players an added boost ahead of the busy festive period.
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Moore believes Tranmere's fourth away win of the League One campaign can be the start of a positive sequence.
Businesses also plan to expand more in the coming year than they did in the last by a large margin (a balance of 34 per cent), extending a positive sequence of expansion plans to two years.
Initial database (GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ) searches for each PCR positive sequence by using MacVector 7.
Now it's time for us to put a positive sequence of results together.
Burke, who is also determined to win his place back in Lee Clark's starting XI, is still confident that they can kickstart their season with a positive sequence of results.
The only depressing note in this overwhelmingly positive sequence of events is that hospital security officers have now had to 'chip' the new Playstations and electrical equipment to avoid a repeat of the unpleasant scenario
And for the Shrews, the result represented a shuddering halt to a positive sequence of just one reverse in their previous 12 outings.
Although the clubs have met twice in the Cup, they have never engaged in the league and Stourbridge are determined to start a positive sequence.