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eukaryotic

 [u″kar-e-ot´ik]
pertaining to a eukaryon or eukaryote; see also cell.

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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Although archea primase is similar to the eukaryotic primase, it is a heterodimer which lacks the two subunits of DNA polymerase (Rowen & Kornberg, 1978).
This special edition will examine cellular and humoral systems in responding to intracellular eukaryotic pathogens.
Eukaryotic cap-dependent translation initiation includes the recognition and recruitment of mRNA onto the small ribosomal (40S) subunit, followed by ribosomal scanning in a 5'-3' direction.
Similarly, eukaryotic nanoflagellates and large eukaryotes were not observed at the upper 40 m of the offshore waters in July 2010.
The report provides comprehensive information on the Eukaryotic Translation Initiation Factor 4E (eIF-4E), targeted therapeutics, complete with analysis by indications, stage of development, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type.
A typical experiment for demonstrating the effect of bacterial co-culture on eukaryotic cell viability would involve culturing a specific eukaryotic cell type such as endothelial cells.
(5)-(7) Splicing accuracy and efficiency both increase by the presence of 5B-terminal [m.sup.7]GpppN, possibly because of the participation of nuclear cap-binding protein(s) analogous to the cytoplasmic cap-binding initiation factor required for eukaryotic protein synthesis.
Scientists have long pondered the question of how simple "prokaryotic" cells, like bacteria, which are little more than a membrane-bound sack, evolved into more complex eukaryotic cells, which contain numerous internal membrane compartments.
The defining membrane-bound structure that sets eukaryotic cells apart from prokaryotic cells is the nucleus, or nuclear envelope, within which the genetic material is contained.
It is the first synthetic chromosome ever assembled based on a eukaryotic organism, which stores DNA in nuclei.