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read·through

(rēd'thrū),
In molecular biology, transcription of a nucleic acid sequence beyond its normal termination sequence.

read·through

(rēd'thrū)
molecular biology Transcription of a nucleic acid sequence beyond its normal termination sequence.
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"I can remember vividly the first readthrough and I naughtily took a picture of these people I didn't know.
Lyft's top-line strength was mostly driven by that overall ride-sharing market strength, DA Davidson's White said, noting it could be a positive readthrough for Uber's second-quarter print.
I went in and read with Yorgos for the audition, and then ended up at the readthrough a week later and met Nadia Stacey, who was the hair and makeup designer.
Peter KA, Gildow F, Palukaitis P, Gray SM (2009) The C terminus of the polerovirus P5 readthrough domain limits virus infection to the phloem.
The programme was made by Liverpool's very own LA Productions, headed by my good friend, Colin McKeown, MBE, who kindly invited me to the cast readthrough back in June.
The frequent transcriptional readthrough of the tobacco Tnt1 retrotransposon and its possible implications for the control of resistance genes.
Additionally, Zhong expects the initial data from the LGMD2E gene therapy program to be positive, based on a readthrough from the micro-dystrophin program.
A readthrough of the transcripts and field notes developed initial codes.
Booth, "Integrated stress response of Escherichia coli to methylglyoxal: transcriptional readthrough from the nemRA operon enhances protection through increased expression of glyoxalase I," Molecular Microbiology, vol.