poly(uridylic acid)

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pol·y·(u·ri·dyl·ic ac·id) (pol·y·(U)),

(pol'ē-yū'ri-dil'ik as'id),
A homopolymer of uridylic acids.
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Microsecond time-scale discrimination among polycytidylic acid, polyadenylic acid and polyuridylic acid as homopolymers or as segments within single RNA molecules.
Ever rigorous, they took measures to insure that phenylalanine was produced in the cell-free medium only after polyuridylic acid was present.
The RNA molecule that resulted was not one that existed naturally but a synthetic, polyuridylic acid (-U-U-U-U-U-), made up of a chain of uracil nucleotides only.
Microsecond time-scale discrimination among polycytidylic acid, polyadenylic acid, and polyuridylic acid as homopolymers or as segments within single RNA molecules.