renaturation

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re·na·tu·ra·tion

(rē'nā-tyū-rā'shŭn),
The conversion of a denatured and inactive macromolecule back to its natured and bioactive configuration.

renaturation

(rē-nā′chər-ā′shən)
n.
The process by which proteins or complementary strands of nucleic acids re-form their native conformations.

re·na′ture v.

renaturation

(rē″nā″chŭ-rā′shŏn) [ re- + (de)naturation]
The reassembly of a molecule or the shape of a molecule, e.g., the rejoining of unraveled complementary strands of DNA into a double helix.
renature (rē-nā′chŭr) renatured (rē-nā′chŭrd)

renaturation

the reassembly of a protein or nucleic acid molecule after denaturation.
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Because photoaptamers are chemically stable and renature readily, harsh conditions, including base, chaotropic agents, and detergents, can be used during immobilization and washing to create highdensity aptamer loading with homogeneous orientation and activity.