nucleoside triphosphate


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nu·cle·o·side tri·phos·phate

a nucleoside in which the H of one of the ribose hydroxyls (usually the 5') is replaced by a triphosphoric group, -PO(OH)-O-PO(OH)-O-PO(OH)2 or the corresponding conjugate base, for example, adenosine triphosphate.
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lactis is added to milk, the bacterium uses enzymes to produce energy molecules from lactose, namely adenosine triphosphate, which is a nucleoside triphosphate used in cells as a coenzyme.
This technology enables the delivery of high levels of nucleoside triphosphate in the liver, potentially maximizing drug efficacy and limiting systemic side effects.
Describes as the "universal currency of energy," ATP is essential to cell function in all living things; nucleoside triphosphate was found to be essential to the assembly of DNA.
SEASONAL CHANGES IN RED CELL NUCLEOSIDE TRIPHOSPHATE LEVELS IN MALE FENCE LIZARDS.
Protides are designed to by-pass the rate limiting first step in the creation of nucleoside triphosphate, which is the active form that inhibits the virus.
Protides are designed to by-pass the rate limiting first step in the formation of the active nucleoside triphosphate.
These advantages include greater potency, a rapid conversion of the protide into its active form, high concentrations of the active nucleoside triphosphate in the liver, and potentially less toxicity due to increased liver concentration and reduced systemic exposure.
Thus, thermostable DNA polymerases belonging to various families can differ in their capability to incorporate modified nucleoside triphosphates in a created daughter DNA strand in the course of a polymerase reaction.
TriLink BioTechnologies, a company that manufactures custom oligonucleotides, modified nucleoside triphosphates, long RNA transcripts and CleanAmp PCR products, has signed a contract with American Cleanroom Systems and Kelchlin Construction.
TriLink), a manufacturer of oligonucleotides and nucleoside triphosphates, has received the CleanAmp Primer patent from the European Patent Office.
Although the exact mechanism for the development of CPPD deposition disease is uncertain, an overactivity of enzymes that break down nucleoside triphosphates has been implicated, as have genetic defects, specifically mutations in the human homologue of the murine ANK gene.

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