base sequence


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base sequence

The order of nucleotide bases—A, T, G, C—in a sequence of DNA, which determines primary structure of the proteins encoded by that DNA.

nucleotide sequence

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base sequence

the order of NUCLEOTIDES in a NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULE. The nucleotide sequence within a gene determines the AMINO ACID sequence of a PROTEIN product or the RIBONUCLEOTIDE sequence of an RNA product. Nucleotide sequences of DNA are determined by DNA SEQUENCING techniques.
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The series of positive terms which are formed by triangular base sequence
Once all the base sequences were worked out, we pushed the desks and chairs against the wall to make space for the role-play.
The software is not coded in a chemical structure called genome (DNA base sequence).
The three-dimensional structure of each tRNA molecule includes a site at one end that binds to a particular amino acid, and a base sequence at the other end that recognizes the mRNA codon specific for that same amino acid.
To date, only one other gene fragment, a 228 base sequence of the cytochrome C gene of the American mastodon, has been obtained.
If we use the DNA encoding, then each pixel needs four base sequence encodings.
Contract awarded for Multi-type base sequence analysis of clinical isolates and other domestic cafe nem resistant intestinal bacteria
Indeed, it is highly probable that no one besides you has ever been born, or ever will be again, with your precise DNA base sequence (except, perhaps, if you are an identical twin, and even then maybe not).
Sakaki said the Riken researchers found the difference by mapping the complete base sequence of chromosome 22 of chimpanzees.
Asahi Glass Company Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) has patented a secretion signal gene having a base sequence encoding a polypeptide functional as a secretion signal in fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe (hereinafter referred to as S.
for the primers to flank a gene's entire base sequence from the start to stop sites; however, primers must be targeted to regions of the nucleotide sequence that are not identical to other genes.