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Phosphodiester Bond


A phosphodiester bond is a group of strong covalent bonds between the phosphorus atom in a phosphate group and two other molecules over two ester bonds. Phosphodiester bonds are central to all life on Earth, as they make up the backbone of the strands of DNA. In DNA and...
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Phosphodiester bond This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Where does DNA polymerase get its energy to make phosphodiester bond? ...
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phosphodiester bond n. The covalent chemical bond that holds together the polynucleotide chains of RNA and DNA by joining a carbon in the pentose
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The phosphate groups in the phosphodiester bond are negatively-charged. ... A phosphodiesterase is any enzyme that breaks a phosphodiester bond. ...
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What is phosphodiester bond? Meaning of phosphodiester bond medical term. What ... phosphodiester bond. links between nucleotides in nucleic acids. ...
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What is Phosphodiester? Meaning of Phosphodiester medical term. What does Phosphodiester mean? ... phosphodiester bond. links between nucleotides in nucleic acids. ...
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Definition of phosphodiester bond at Dictionary.com with free online dictionary, ... Main Entry: phosphodiester bond. Function: noun : ...
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International Bio pharmaceutical Association Medical Terms ... In DNA and RNA, the phosphodiester bond is the linkage between the 3' Carbon ...
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Phosphodiester,Bond,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Phosphodiester bond. ...
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Transesterification of RNA phosphodiester bonds has been intensively studied ... cleavage of the intervening phosphodiester bond by preventing the attacking 2' ...
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Definition and other additional information on Phosphodiester bonds from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... its ATP and ADP that have the phosphodiester bonds. ...
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Definition and other additional information on Phosphodiester bond from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... together via a phosphodiester bond and the the 1' ...
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A phosphodiesterase is any enzyme that breaks a phosphodiester bond. ... enzymes that degrade the phosphodiester bond in the second messenger molecules cAMP and cGMP. ...
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... ends of RNA and DNA polymers, cleaving the last phosphodiester bond in a chain. ... The endonucleases cleave phosphodiester bonds of DNA or RNA at positions other ...
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DNA Replication. The formation of a phosphodiester bridge is catalyzed by DNA polymerases. ...
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... been demonstrated that RNA could cleave or ligate phosphodiester bonds. ... Its function was to cleave a phosphodiester bond at the start of the mature tRNA ...
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