nucleoside triphosphate

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nu·cle·o·side tri·phos·phate

a nucleoside in which the H of one of the ribose hydroxyls (usually the 5') is replaced by a triphosphoric group, -PO(OH)-O-PO(OH)-O-PO(OH)2 or the corresponding conjugate base, for example, adenosine triphosphate.
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The early work at Lensfield Road focused on chemically adapting fluorescently tagged nucleotide triphosphates so that they could be incorporated one at a time with complete chemical control (Fig.
VisiGen is developing a real-time single molecule sequencing technology in which polymerase and nucleotide triphosphates act together as direct moleoalar sensors of DNA base identity.

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