Single Strand

Some articles on single strand, single, strand, strands:

TILLING (molecular Biology) - Single Strand Cleavage Enzymes
... There are several sources for single strand nucleases ... The original source for single strand nuclease was from CEL1, or CJE (celery juice extract), but other products have entered the market including ... Transgenomic isolated the single strand nuclease protein and sells it as a recombinant form ...
Starting Barrier - Horse Racing - Strand Barrier
... Alexander Gray's single-strand barrier was among those first used ... The prototype consisted of a single strand of wire at about the height of the horse’s head that was attached to a spring at either end ... By the 1920s the single strand barrier had evolved into a spring-powered five-strand device designed by Johnstone and Gleeson, but based on Gray's prototype, that resembled a ...
Replisome - Solving The Challenges of DNA Replication - Priming The Leading and Lagging Strands
... From both a structural and chemical perspective, a single strand of DNA by itself (and the associated single strand binding proteins) is not suitable for polymerisation ... polymerases), solve this problem by creating an RNA primer on the leading and lagging strands ... The leading strand is primed once, and the lagging strand is primed approximately every 1000 (+/- 200) base pairs (one primer for each Okazaki fragment on the lagging ...

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