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A concatemer is a long continuous DNA molecule that contains multiple copies of the same DNA sequences linked in series. These polymeric molecules are usually copies of an entire genome linked end to end and separated by cos sites . Concatemers are frequently the result of rolling circle replication, and may be seen in the late stage of bacterial infection...
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concatemer. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/concatemer" Category: English nouns ...
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Concatemer A concatemer is a long continuous DNA molecule that contains multiple copies of the same DNA sequences linked in series
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... composed of DNA from each strand of the concatemer junction. ... is proposed to account for resolution of the vaccinia virus concatemer junction. ...
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... strand exchange of the concatemer junctions (deLange and McFadden, 1990) ... However, the model of mp1 concatemer processing is novel and the dso shares no ...
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Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "concatemer" is defined. ... Additional searches for concatemer... Search completed in 0. ...
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In this process, only one of the two genomic ends are formed on the concatemer. ... The short arm termini on concatemer ends are then free to encounter additional ...
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The mechanism for generating concatemer-ISI is not fully understood. ... One possible mechanism to generate concatemer-ISI during virus infection is ...
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The method utilises a concatemer of the target polynucleotide, i.e. repeating ... [0050]The concatemer may be formed in any suitable way. ...
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... each polynucleotide comprises a concatemer having multiple copies of a target ... distributed on the surface in a manner to promote the fixing of one concatemer ...
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Talk:Concatemer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Concatemer" ...
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In cells expressing the concatemer, amphetamine analogs promoted GABA efflux and ... The concatemer was tagged on its amino terminus with CFP, which afforded the ...
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Next message: Concatemer Chain Reaction (CCR ... process, known under the name of concatemer chain reaction (CCR) [White et al. ...
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site concatemer, we demonstrated that AP endo was capable of cleaving ... structure written above, while concatemer refers to double ...
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It is not composed of interlocked circles and may be a long linear concatemer. ... In this process only one of the two genomic ends are formed on the concatemer. ...
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The ClC-0(K519E) concatemer could only be inhibited by much higher 9-AC ... In the mixed concatemer, a biphasic inhibition was observed. ...
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The present invention relates to a vaccine composition for treatment of obesity. ... The concatemer composed of three (3) to fifteen (15) peptides is desirable. ...
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Bam HI Bam HI Bam HI Bam HI Bam HI. Fig. 1 Transgene Concatemer Integrated onto Chromosome. Note that the restriction enzyme cuts once in the transgene. ...
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Concatemer,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Concatemer: Tandem arrays of monomeric DNA molecule s with ...
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