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back·track·ing

(bak-trak'ing),
The backward movement of RNA polymerase along the DNA template to a state more stable than that encountered when some base pairs disrupt the attachment of the 3' end from the active transcription site.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

back·track·ing

(bak'trak-ing)
The backward movement of RNA polymerase along the DNA template to a state more stable than that encountered when some base pairs disrupt the attachment of the 3' end from the active transcription site.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Having borrowed to the hilt to bail out the banks, the Government is now being urged to backtrack on plans to help people who earn a fraction of the riches enjoyed by those already rescued.
With the technology, the nurse can avoid having to backtrack to wherever the paper medical charts are kept to double-check, saving a lot of time.
While we want to be as flexible as possible, we will not backtrack and lower standards.
The Conservatives, sensing potential for defeat, promise that they will not backtrack on any commitments made to the provinces for social programs promised in the revised Liberal budget.
will backtrack on a plan to merge two subsidiaries because they were too large to run together.