replicase


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rep·li·case

(rep'li-kās),
1. Descriptive term for RNA-directed RNA polymerase associated with replication of RNA viruses.
2. An enzyme that replicates nucleic acids.

replicase

(rĕp′lĭ-kās′, -kāz′)
n.
Any of various enzymes that catalyze the synthesis of an RNA molecule from an RNA template (as in a virus) or a DNA molecule from a DNA template.

rep·li·case

(rep'li-kās)
Descriptive term for RNA-directed RNA polymerase (EC 2.7.7.48) associated with replication of RNA viruses.

replicase

or

RNA synthetase

an RNA-dependent RNA POLYMERASE ENZYME produced by some RNA VIRUSES for replication of the RNA genome.
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For AltMV-SP isolates derived from tobacco Nicotiana benthamiana the symptom severity was shown to correlate with sequence differences of the replicase (RdRp) and Triple Gene Block protein 1 (TGBp1) [23].
Cellular mechanisms translate the viral structural and nonstructural proteins from the viral RNA, and the RNA is replicated by the viral replicase in conjunction with cellular factors.
Gorman et al., "Foot-and-mouth disease virus particles contain replicase protein 3D," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
The positive strand of RNA genome directly translated into replicase poly-proteins and further cleaved by 16 nsp [7, 8].
Faaberg, "Identification of nonessential regions of the nsp2 replicase protein of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strain VR-2332 for replication in cell culture," Journal of Virology, vol.
Para la elaboracion del cuestionario TECA-NA se partio de un instrumento previo de evaluacion de la empatia en adultos, el TECA (Lopez-Perez, et al., 2008), con el objetivo de desarrollar un instrumento que replicase la estructura factorial de esta medida previa, consistente en dos factores cognitivos (Adopcion de perspectivas y Comprension emocional) y dos factores afectivos (Estres empatico y Alegria empatica).
Quiso asi que la nueva iglesia de las Bernardas en Alcala replicase aquella novedosa tipologia, introduciendo en Espana un logro arquitectonico de Vignola y sus seguidores romanos.
Phosphoprotein NS5A, although typically not considered to display direct enzymatic activity, constitutes an essential component of the HCV replicase and it has also been shown to "cross-talk" with most non-structural proteins (e.g., NS2, NS3, NS4A, NS4B, etc).
Kaguni, "DNA polymerase y, the mitochondrial replicase" Annual Review of Biochemistry, vol.
En general, tenderan a replicase aquellos entes informativos pre-existentes (rutinas, tecnicas, estrategias) que parezcan otorgar beneficios (en algun sentido (20)) a las empresas.