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An Alu sequence is a short stretch of DNA originally characterized by the action of the Alu restriction endonuclease. Alu sequences of different kinds occur in large numbers in primate genomes. In fact, Alu sequences are the...
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Alu (runic) in Germanic paganism. The Alu sequence, a common short repeated stretch of DNA originally ... Alu, Sulu, a volcano in Sulu Province, the Philippines ...
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The junk sequence, known as Alu, may have played an important role in the ... Alu is a 283-nucleotide sequence that acts as a "jumping gene" ...
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The total number of annotated Alu sequences in the database of human genome is ... Alu repeats digestion at recognition sequence AGCT produces 3 DNA fragment: 60 ...
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... active splice sites, that is, part of the intronic Alu sequence will be exonized. In theory, an insertion of an Alu sequence into a mature mRNA, especially if it ...
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that do not contain an Alu sequence. ... insertion of an Alu sequence into an mRNA are deleterious and selected against. ... the intronic Alu sequence will be ...
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Alu sequences are short interspersed elements (SINEs) ... Examination of the isoform sequence. CK2a¢, revealed a translated Alu-containing cassette exon ...
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Alu is an example of a so-called "jumping gene" – a transposable DNA sequence ... of the Alu transcript (-AAAA) then hydrogen bonds to the TTTT sequence at the ...
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Alu sequence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... Alu sequences are about 300 base pairs long ... alu sequence family definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta ...
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What is Alu sequences? Meaning of Alu sequences medical term. What does Alu sequences mean? ... Alu sequences, a family of repeated sequences found in large ...
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ALU - Definition. ALU redirects here. Alternative meaning: Alu sequence. ... execution unit, multiplication ALU, 7400 series 74181 ...
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The total number of annotated Alu sequences in the database of human genome is ... Alu repeats digestion at recognition sequence AGCT produces 3 DNA fragment: 60 ...
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PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. ... Hotspots in the Alu sequence are targets for miRNA seeds ...
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particular Alu sequence on one or both of your number 16 chromosomes. ... will determine how rare this Alu sequence is in the human population and make some ...
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