arrest signal

arrest signal

a DNA sequence that causes arrest of RNA polymerase transcription.

ar·rest sig·nal

(ă-rest' sig'năl)
A DNA sequence that causes arrest of RNA polymerase transcription.
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Upon seeing the cocaine in the apartment the informant gave the arrest signal.
Samet, (21) an undercover officer gave a prearranged arrest signal from inside the defendant's apartment after he made a purchase of 277 grams of cocaine.
The confidential informant gave a pre-arranged arrest signal to the undercover agents who approached the vehicle, took Jackson and Ellis into custody and seized the cocaine.
Tamang's arrest signals the state government's resolve to stop the ongoing agitation in the Darjeeling Hills District.
Ambassador Ryan Crocker praised the arrest, saying: "Thanks to the efforts of investigators from the Afghan Attorney General's Anti-Corruption Unit with the assistance of USAID's Inspector General, this arrest signals our zero tolerance approach towards corruption.
He suggests that cincinnata expression influences how cells respond to arrest signals.
The arrest signals the start of a Kenyan government clampdown on alleged supporters of the militants, who are blamed for a string of kidnappings in Kenya.
Sunesis researchers also showed that the same biological events observed in cell culture (rapid onset of apoptosis, G2 arrest signals and p73 activation) are also observed in pre-clinical tumor models at active doses of SNS-595.