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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.

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.
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As of today, Lapena said, the backtracking continues starting from August 2017, when he assumed office.
CALL 09050 700 464 77P PER MIN ROI 1560 911 388 [euro]1.25 PER MIN LIBRA SEPTEMBER 24 - OCTOBER 23 This could be a mend it and fix it week, when you are tugged between new and old, but it may be wise to do research while Mercury's backtracking, rather than leap into signing up for something new.
This is not backtracking, or changing our original pledge, it's simply being sensible and pragmatic about moving forward with this important work so we make the savings and streamline the top tier of management at the Council properly and effectively.
When finding a NN from a data set arranged in a KD-tree, backtracking is essential, to increase the accuracy of the search.
CARDIFF Central AM Jenny Randerson has hit out at Health Minister Edwina Hart, accusing her of backtracking on the provision of bone cancer drug Lenalidomine.
Prior to the paper's presentation, these problems were solved using a method known as backtracking, Minton says.
DEFENCE ministers were yesterday accused of "backtracking" over plans for a defence training academy in south Wales.
Barely two months after making that seemingly resolute vow, Bush was already backtracking on his anti-terror pledge with regard to Korea.
Backtracking from comments he made last year, Domino's Pizza founder and Catholic stalwart Thomas S.
Along the journey, she writes, companies can expect to face pains that may be more or less chronic--and organizations and leaders dealing with them "will need to engage in a constant dance of moving forward and backtracking, recalibrating and moving on." The pains include "leadership insecurity," "network angst," "strategy tragedy," "talent tantrum" and "value vexation" (note the author's proclivity toward alliteration).
But unlike its prototype, this reduced model--also presented at www.tendancefloue.net--permitted multiple go-rounds, backtracking, and stopovers at will.
Mr German said the removal of funding for the plan was another example of 'backtracking' by Labour - which now governs alone - from coalition policies.