M13


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M13

A filamentous, single-stranded DNA phage that infects E coli, which replicates as a circular double-stranded intermediate (replicative) form; the single-stranded DNA produced by rolling circle replication is packaged into phage particles. M13 derivatives are widely used as cloning vectors.
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It was directed towards globular star cluster M13 which contains hundreds of thousands of stars and perhaps countless planets.
The Arecibo message is a 1974 interstellar radio message carrying basic information about humanity and Earth sent to globular star cluster M13 in anticipation that extraterrestrial intelligence may receive and decipher it.
I'm speaking, of course, about M13, the Great Globular Cluster in Hercules.
En los valores de DPC obtenidos, los compuestos M09 y M13 cumplieron con lo solicitado por la ASTM D 2000 generando un valor de 20,78 % y 24,11 % respectivamente.
TM 9-1005-201-23&P says that to store M249s with a short buttstock in the M13 rack, you need two different adaptors.
The nonlytic filamentous phage, like M13, infects strains of E.
M13 is a globular cluster containing more than a quarter-million stars--a completely different kind of object from the open star clusters described on page 58, which contain only a few dozen to a few thousand stars.
Uno de esos virus es el M13, el cual pertenece al grupo de los bacteriofagos, llamados asi porque infectan a ciertas bacterias.
Hassan Zbaeel clinched a silver medal in the M5 division of the men's 100 metres freestyle, while countryman Hamad Ali claimed a bronze in the M13 category of the same event.
Please write to me at the following address, or email me at matthew.grant@manchester.ac.uk Dr Matthew Grant, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL.
The light June nights are not the ideal time for deep-sky observing, but with Hercules overhead many telescopes will undoubtedly be pointed at the globular cluster M13 lying one third of the way down the western side of the Keystone at RA 16h 41.7m and Dec +36[degrees] 27' (2000.0).