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Leader sequence. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Leader sequence may refer to: Leader sequence (mRNA), a sequence of mRNA ...
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The five prime untranslated region (5' UTR), also known as the leader sequence, is a particular section of messenger RNA (mRNA) and the DNA that codes for it. It starts at the +1 position and ends just before the start codon (usually AUG) of the coding region. It...
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Aspects of the topic leader-sequence are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References characteristics of operons ( in operon (genetics) ) ...the corepressor. Some operons are under attenuator control, in which transcription is initiated but is halted before the mRNA is transcribed. This introductory region of the mRNA is called the...
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This property of the tripartite leader sequence is believed to contribute to the ... The MMTV tripartite leader sequence DNA segment was then ligated to the -actin ...
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These sgmRNAs have a leader sequence derived from the 5' end of the genome that ... The 5' leader sequence of VR-2332 was 31 bases shorter than that of LV and ...
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Five prime untranslated region The five prime untranslated region ( 5' UTR ), also known as the leader sequence , is a particular section of messenger
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Shine–Dalgarno sequence Part of the leader sequence preceding the start codon of mRNA that is AGGAGGU or a variant thereof that binds the mRNA to a
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Functional Analysis of the BJSAMDC2 5' Leader Sequence ... The introns in the 5' leader sequence of P1 are indicated by gray boxes. ...
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... genetics > nucleotide sequences > regulatory sequences > leader sequence ... categories defined. Resources in leader sequence: No resources available for ...
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mut p53 peptide w/ E3 leader sequence. mut p53 peptide w/o E3 sequence ... tumor-bearing mice injected with the mutant p53 fused to the E3 leader sequence. ...
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... the spliced tripartite leader sequence contributes 202 nucleotides including ... The sequence of the leader allows the formation of hydrogen-bonded interactions ...
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