oligonucleotide

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oligonucleotide

 [ol″ĭ-go-noo´kle-o-tīd]
a polymer made up of a few (2 to 10) nucleotides.
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ol·i·go·nu·cle·o·tide

(ol'i-gō-nū'klē-ō-tīd),
A compound made up of the condensation of a small number (typically fewer than 20) of nucleotides. Compare: polynucleotide.
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oligonucleotide

(ŏl′ĭ-gō-no͞o′klē-ə-tīd, -nyo͞o′-, ō′lĭ-)
n.
A short polymer of two to twenty nucleotides.
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ol·i·go·nu·cle·o·tide

(ol'i-gō-nū'klē-ō-tīd)
A compound made up of the condensation of a small number (typically fewer than 20) of nucleotides.
Compare: polynucleotide
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oligonucleotide

a short sequence of NUCLEOTIDES. Compare POLYNUCLEOTIDE.
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ol·i·go·nu·cle·o·tide

(ol'i-gō-nū'klē-ō-tīd)
A compound made up of the condensation of a small number of nucleotides.
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