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2.5 Monocistronic versus polycistronic mRNA. 2.6 mRNA circularization. 3 Degradation ... On the other hand, polycistronic mRNA carries the information of ...
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Definition of polycistronic from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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messenger RNA n. ( Abbr. mRNA ) The form of RNA that mediates the transfer of genetic information from the ... Monocistronic versus polycistronic mRNA. 2.6 ...
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Veterinary Dictionary: polycistronic to polymerase from Answers.com Definitions of technical and scientific terms related to veterinary medicine.
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What is polycistronic? Meaning of polycistronic medical term. What does polycistronic mean? ... polycistronic. polyclinic. polyclonal. polyclonal antiserum ...
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... 3 contains two long convergent polycistronic gene clusters separated by a tRNA gene ... were organized into two large polycistronic units, with the first 29 genes ...
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Analysis of processing of the metT polycistronic transcript. ... Processing pathways for the secG leuU and metT polycistronic transcripts in E. coli. ...
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Polycistronic Operons Occur in Eukaryotes. ... transcription units, in which polycistronic pre-messenger RNA (pre-mRNA ... Polycistronic mRNA precursors are ...
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Although trypanosomes also have polycistronic transcription, it appears that ... T. Trans-splicing and polycistronic transcription in Caenorhabditis elegans. ...
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In Caenorhabditis elegans, polycistronic pre-mRNAs are processed by cleavage and ... Processing of these polycistronic precursors into mature monocistronic ...
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... of murine and human somatic cells using a single polycistronic vector. ... hips, ips, klf4, oct4, polycistronic, reprogramming, self-cleaving-peptide, sox, ...
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Reprogramming of murine and human somatic cells using a single polycistronic vector. ... ips, klf4, oct4, polycistronic, reprogramming, self-cleaving-peptide, ...
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POLYCISTRONIC GOD. by Jonathon M. Sullivan © 2000 - All Rights Reserved ... faithful expression of the entire polycistronic gene was best examined in vitro, ...
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The pST39 polycistronic expression system enables the coexpression of up to 4 ... We have used this polycistronic expression system to produce milligrams of ...
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The EMBO Journal is a science journal containing review articles and research ... Furthermore, most polycistronic transcripts comprise genes contributing ...
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because polycistronic mRNA means that single mRNA can code for several genes. ... But anyiways back to your questio, polycistronic means many genes on 1 mRNA strand. ...
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Polycistronic mRNA is a mRNA that encodes several proteins and is characteristic ... Polycistronic mRNAs consist of a leader sequence which precedes the first gene. ...
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A number of genes are now known to be polycistronic, that is, they produce more than one protein. ... Polycistronic genes such as POMC make the genome very ...
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