linking number

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link·ing num·ber (L),

a property of a long biopolymer (such as duplex DNA) equal to the number of twists (related to the frequency of turns around the central axis of the helix) plus the writhing number.

link·ing num·ber

(L) (lingk'ing nŭm'bĕr)
A property of a long biopolymer (such as duplex DNA) equal to the number of twists (related to the frequency of turns around the central axis of the helix) plus the writhing number.
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The partnership will improve the process of benefits enrollment by seamlessly linking Integral System's online enrollment application to a detailed directory of all physicians participating in a particular employer's health plans.

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