repeat units

repeat units

see repeat dna.
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n,m] dead polymer molecule having n repeat units of monomer 1 and m repeat units of monomer 2 f initiator efficiency [f.
Using this system it was possible to construct precise polymer chains, with a sequence of styrene repeat units, tagged onto a sequence of butadiene repeat units and finished off with another block of styrene units, to give styrene--butadiene--styrene block copolymer (SBS).
The present invention more specifically discloses a rubbery polymer having repeat units which are comprised of (1) an olefin monomer selected from the group consisting of conjugated diolefm monomers and monoolefin monomers and (2) a conjugated triene monomer.
Finally, our methodology provides ready access to a family of building blocks that represent common repeat units found in polyketides.
Fevola of Johnson 8, Johnson explained how polymers comprised of covalently-linked amphiphilic repeat units (ARUs) are a very effective way of achieving micelle size distributions with low small micelle fraction values and therefore, low irritation potential.
The sequencing e-mails will run in multiple rounds, allowing learners who are struggling to fall back into the next round and repeat units and still have a cohort of learners, rather than being left completely behind.
Lots of genes, perhaps most, include at least one variable tandem repeat sequence at sites where the number of repeat units can influence gene function.
MLVA schemes share the rep-PCR advantages of rapid turnaround times and high throughput, but their discriminatory power depends on the number and types of loci for variable number of tandem DNA repeats/staphylococcal interspersed repeat units that are analyzed.
You want to create a seamless program where you have no risk of losing units or having to repeat units," he said.
Molecular characterization by spoligotyping and mycobacterial interspersed repeat units showed that the isolate from episode 1 differed genetically from that of episode 2 (Table) (3,4).
At any one locus, several different alleles are found in a population, with each allele identifiable according to the number of repeat units.