eucaryotic


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eu·kar·y·ot·ic

(yū'kar-ē-ot'ik),
Pertaining to or characteristic of a eukaryote.
Synonym(s): eucaryotic

eu·kar·y·ot·ic

, eucaryotic (yū'kar-ē-ot'ik)
Pertaining to or characteristic of a eukaryote.
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product of procaryotic or eucaryotic expression of an exogenous
Context effects and inefficient initiation at non-AUG codons in eucaryotic cell-free translation systems.
Comparativo biochemistry of the proteinases of eucaryotic microorganisms.
This patent, called "[p]rocesses for inserting DNA into eucaryotic cells and for producing proteinaceous materials," would help lay the groundwork for gene splicing technology.
BASF Plant Science GmbH (Ludwigshafen, Germany) and Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg (Freiburg, Germany) have patented a method for the mutagenesis of eucaryotic nucleotide sequences, preferably from plants, algae and/or fungi and a method for the production of genetically modified eucaryotic cells.
[sup.3]H-thymidine incorporation is ubiquitous for heterotrophic bacterial DNA and not taken up by cyanobacteria, eucaryotic microalgae, autotrophic bacteria, or fungi (Baath and Johansson 1990; Thorn and Ventullo 1988).
Furin, the major processing enzyme of the secretory pathway, is widely expressed in eucaryotic organisms and in mammalian cell types.
The algae refer to a large and diverse assemblage of eucaryotic organisms that contain chlorophyll and carry out oxygenic photosynthesis.
burgdorferi also carries a homolog of the PPM family of eucaryotic protein S phosphatases (30,50).
Became PCR is performed at high temperatures (55-94 [degrees] C), eucaryotic DNA polymerase that functions at 37 [degrees] C would be degraded.
Eubacterial, archaebacterial, and eucaryotic genes that encode leaderless mRNA.