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proof reading

3′→5′ exonuclease activity of DNA polymerase that results in the removal of erroneously incorporated nucleotides during DNA replication; responsible for the very high fidelity (>106) of polymerase.

proof reading site
a distinct site of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases that preferentially recognizes and hydrolyzes mis-acylated tRNA.
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Therefore, he said the date for enrollment and proof reading had been extended till March 25.
With this advanced leaflet comparison feature, the proof reading becomes absolutely simple thereby reducing errors.
Lastly, we recommends another round of proof reading and running of spell check.
de, an online typing and translation service, who offers transcriptions, proof reading and editing in most languages, has expanded its team to include Stefanie Rehbein as their fourth Project Manager at the Cape Town office.
Haven't those employed at Kirklees heard about proof reading something before signing off an item for printing?
There is obviously a case for better proof reading given the previous printing errors, but this surely was a minor matter.
The 23-year-old has just completed a degree in Building Surveying at Nottingham Trent University but returned to his home city to start his business, which offers an academic proof reading service and learning tools for university students, especially those who do not speak English as a first language or who have any form of dyslexia.
Mary Virginia was a supervisor in the proof reading department at Heffernan Press for 35 years, retiring in 1982 and worked at Capeside Realty, Dennisport for three years.
No two days are the same at AdviserPlus, and while I can spend some days writing content for one of our clients, I can spend others meeting with customers or proof reading for colleagues.
Valuable help was also obtained from Rachel Kagoiya, FEMNET's Documentalist, especially in assesing and proof reading the data at different stages before publication.
Working closely with colleagues and the scientific editors of the Society's journals and books, you will manage production of all publications, including copy-editing and proof reading.
Julia passed the British Sign Language course with flying colours and her success prompted her to 'sign' up for a proof reading course.