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  • ...single-nucleotide polymorphism|polymorphism, single nucleotide]]) to large nucleotide sequences visible at a chromosomal level."<ref>{{MeSH}}</ref>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Nucleotide]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]]
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  • [[Nucleotide]]-based [[reverse transcriptase]] inhibitor used to treat [[HIV]]/[[AIDS]]
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  • A nucleotide analog reverse transcritase inhibitor (nRTI) antiviral drug used to treat H
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • ===Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases, Type 1 (PDE-1)=== ===Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases, Type 2 (PDE-2)===
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • In the context of [[nucleic acid]]s, the non-sugar part of [[nucleotide]]s, which can be either a [[pyrimidine]] (usually [[cytosine]], [[thymine]]
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  • An adenine nucleotide that is a [[Second messenger system|second messenger]] and a key intracellu
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  • A guanine [[nucleotide]] that is a cellular regulatory agent and has been described as a [[second
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  • {{r|Nucleotide}}
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  • {{r|nucleotide analogue}}
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  • A nucleotide is a [[nucleoside]] (a [[purine]] or [[pyrimidine]] base plus a pentose sug
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  • ...g, proceeds by a 10 step pathway to the branch point intermediate IMP, the nucleotide of the base [[hypoxanthine]]. AMP and GMP are subsequently synthesized from ...sphorybosylamine (5-PRA) and establishsing the anomeric form of the future nucleotide. This reaction which is driven to completion by the subsequent hydrolysis o
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • ...ganisms that are represented in NCBI's genetic databases with at least one nucleotide or protein sequence. THE NCBI Taxonomy database allows browsing of the tax
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • |properties=nucleotide
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • ...ividuals, AAGC'''C'''TA to AAGC'''T'''TA, contain a difference in a single nucleotide. In this case we say that there are two ''[[allele]]s'' : C and T. Almost a This is simply the lesser of the two allele frequencies for single-nucleotide polymorphisms[1]. There are variations between human populations, so a SNP
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  • ...on. The triphosphate from of the drug competes with the natural [[DNA]] [[nucleotide]] [[deoxyadenosine triphosphate]] (dATP) during DNA formation and it acts a
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  • ...NA synthesizers, the bases of these molecules must be protected during the nucleotide coupling steps during DNA synthesis, and the blocking groups are then remov
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  • A [[nucleotide]] is a nucleoside (a [[purine]] or [[pyrimidine]] base plus a pentose sugar
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  • {{r|Nucleotide}}
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • In [[biochemistry]], '''cyclic GMP''' is a "guanine nucleotide containing one phosphate group which is esterified to the sugar moiety in b
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  • ...almost bisects the molecule. This cleft forms both a divalent cation and nucleotide binding site. Actin is highly conserved (the amino-acid sequence of actin f
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  • [[Fatty liver]] and [[steatohepatitis]] may be caused by the [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/SNP/snp_ref.cgi?rs=28
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • '''Lamivudine''' is a nucleotide-based [[reverse transcriptase inhibitor]] used to treat [[HIV]]/[[AIDS]] an
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  • * [[Alexander Todd]] (awarded 1957), for his work on [[nucleotide]]s and nucleotide co-enzymes.
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • ...ing it a molecular mass of 253.2578 g/mol. It is an analog of the natural nucleotide guanosine. The prodrug famciclovir is an analog of this drug.
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  • ...Image|Abacavir structure.jpg|right|200px|Abacavir, an antiviral drug, is a nucleotide analog.}}
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  • ...cts/SNP/ NCBI dbSNP database] — "a central repository for both single base nucleotide substitutions and short deletion and insertion polymorphisms"
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  • {{r|Nucleotide}}
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  • In [[biochemistry]], '''cyclic AMP''' is an "adenine nucleotide containing one phosphate group which is esterified to both the 3'- and 5'-p
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  • ...cessed into their constituent monomeric units (i.e. [[monosaccharide]]s, [[nucleotide]]s and [[amino acid]]s, respectively). Those monomers can be further degrad
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  • ...sequences that are complimentary to the ends of the sample DNA, and DNA [[nucleotide]]s to be incorporated into the new strands of DNA.
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  • ...hydrogen bonded with, that is, it forms a base pair with, a [[thymidine]] nucleotide on the opposite DNA strand.
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  • ...e repeats are the most common type of microsatellite, while tri- and tetra-nucleotide repeats, such as <nowiki>[CAG]</nowiki><sub>x</sub> and <nowiki>[GATA]</now ..., and are sometimes also found in [[mitochondrium|mitrochondrial]] DNA. Di-nucleotide repeats are most
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  • * [[Adefovir Dipivoxil]] - nucleotide analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor (ntRTI) hepatitis B treatment.
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  • ...and host range specificity of FPV and CPV.<ref>Reed, Jones, and Miller. ''"Nucleotide sequence and genome organization of canine parvovirus."''J Virol. 1988 Janu
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  • ...the first [[restriction enzyme]], HindII, that cuts DNA at a very specific nucleotide sequence. |event='''1998''': NIH begins the [[single-nucleotide polymorphism|Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism]] (SNP) project to reveal human genetic variation.
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  • ...ribosomal subunit. This interferes with decoding site in the vicinity of nucleotide 1400 in 16S rRNA of 30S subunit. This interferes with the formation of an
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  • ...n in the p53 pathway, and uncovering epistatic interactions between single nucleotide polymorphisms related to cell apoptosis as well as developing protocols for
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  • ...ting in the depletion of [[thymidine triphosphate]] (TTP), one of the four nucleotide triphosphates used in the ''in vivo'' synthesis of [[DNA]]. Other fluoroura
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  • * [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=nuccore Entrez Nucleotide]: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/NG_008376 NG_008376]; [[PubMed]] [ht
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  • Fatty liver and [[steatohepatitis]] may be caused by the [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/SNP/snp_ref.cgi?rs=28
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  • ...d one [[amino acid]] of protein [[S12]], interfering with decoding around nucleotide 1400 of 16S thereby inhibiting the formation of an initiation complex, caus
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  • ...so that the drug gets incorporated into new viral RNA or DNA, but the next nucleotide base cannot be added because a linkage group is missing. Anti-metabolites a
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  • {{r|Single-nucleotide polymorphism}}
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  • ...rtant and widely known products of biosynthesis include [[amino acid]]s, [[nucleotide]]s, and , [[vitamin]]s but all components of living beings depend on this p
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  • ...rRNA and one amino acid in protein S12. This interferes with decoding near nucleotide 1400 in 16S rRNA of the 30S subunit, interfering with the formation of an i
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  • ...2178}}</ref> Patient response to IVIG, however, is influenced by a single nucleotide polymorphism in the transient axonal glycoprotein 1 gene (TAG-1)<ref>{{cita
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  • ...s of [[rifampin]]-resistant organisms. I. A punctual mutation was found in nucleotide 1367 of the rpoBgene. That mutation show strains of rifampin-resistant M.l
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  • [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]] of the beta-1 (ADRB1) [[adrenergic receptor]], specifically [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]] of the beta-2 (ADRB2) [[adrenergic receptor]], specifically
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  • ...mith, J.B. & Smith, D.B. (1974) Genome size and the proportion of repeated nucleotide sequence DNA in plants. Biochemical Genetics 12, 257−269 (1974).</ref> of
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  • ...2178}}</ref> Patient response to IVIG, however, is influenced by a single nucleotide polymorphism in the transient axonal glycoprotein 1 gene (TAG-1)<ref>{{cita
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  • ...between the uracil H3 proton and the adenine N1 nitrogen atom. Like other nucleotide bases, it is subject to oxidative damage.
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  • .... A point mutation can be reversed by another point mutation, in which the nucleotide is changed back to its original state (true reversion) or by second-site re ...to a higher energy level. DNA absorbs one form, [[ultraviolet light]]. Two nucleotide bases in DNA - cytosine and thymine - are most vulnerable to excitation tha
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  • ...bon source for the synthesis of other molecules . Also, if the body needs nucleotide precursors of DNA for growth and synthesis, G6P will also be dehydrogenate
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  • ...v/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pmcentrez&artid=135101 183:3194–202]</ref> The [[nucleotide]] sequencing of Rts1 was completed at Shinshu University School of Medicine
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  • ...gene defect responsible for an inheritable disease. The search for Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNiPs), which are single (point) mutations in a gene, is one
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  • ...classified in a new genus along with the similar Hendra virus (70% to 88% nucleotide homology, 67% to 92% amino acid homology): Henipavirus <ref name=Bossart>{{
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  • ...du&retmode=ref&cmd=prlinks&id=11007705 }}</ref> Various have been [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s suggested.<ref name="pmid16610949">{{cite journal| author=S ...Coelho L, Gurbaxani B, Maloney EM, Jones JF| title=Combinations of single nucleotide polymorphisms in neuroendocrine effector and receptor genes predict chronic
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  • ...lieved to have once been capable of independent [[life]]. Further, while [[nucleotide]]s were not found in [[Miller-Urey]]'s experiments, they were found by othe RNA and DNA are made of long stretches of specific [[nucleotide]]s, often called "bases", attached to a sugar-phosphate backbone. The RNA
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  • ...g” is a key feature of the Watson and Crick model of DNA, the pairing of [[nucleotide]] subunits.<ref>Discover the rules of DNA base pairing with an [http://www- ...indings as indicating that DNA was most likely a double helix with the two nucleotide chains running in opposite directions. Crick was in a unique position to ma
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  • ...Nestorowicz A, Rice CM, Lustig S |title=West Nile virus envelope proteins: nucleotide sequence analysis of strains differing in mouse neuroinvasiveness |journal= ...nstructural. The genome is then completed by a 3’ noncoding region of 631 nucleotide bases. <ref name=Lanciotti/>
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  • A [[single nucleotide polymorphism]] (SNP) has been associated with susceptibility to depression
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  • ==== Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP): [[mutation]] in one base ====
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  • ...nucleotide sequence by 10 to 20%. Five isolated strains of WSMV have their nucleotide sequences studied completely by researchers. These five strains are AF05753 '''"cDNA cloning and nucleotide sequence of the wheat streak mosaic virus capsid protein gene"''' by C.L. N
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  • * [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=nuccore Entrez Nucleotide]: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/NG_008384 NG_008384]; [[PubMed]] [ht
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  • ...neutral pH, alkylates [[purine]]s, [[pyrimidine]]s, [[nucleoside]]s, and [[nucleotide]]s, preferentially at the N-7 atom of [[guanine]] and the N-1 atom of [[ade
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  • ...norganic [[ion transport]] and metabolism, 40 in lipid metabolism, 65 in [[nucleotide]] transport and metabolism, 38 in posttranslational modification, protein t ...]], synthesis of fatty acids, carbohydrate transport and metabolism, and [[nucleotide]] synthesis and transport.[3]
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  • ...d in the nucleus until DNA replication. A total of 11,103 nucleotides [218 nucleotide core and 10,885 expressed sequence tags (ESTs)] have been sequenced.<ref>[h
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  • *The '''adenine nucleotide carrier''' is an antiporter and exchanges ADP and ATP across the inner memb
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  • Many single nucleotide polymorphisms have now been identified that cause POMC deficiency syndrome, ...over 4,000 subjects and found strong associations between several [[Short-Nucleotide Repeat]]s (SNPs) in the first intron of the FTO gene and BMI, hip circumfer
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  • ...ranscription (genetics)|transcription]] is regulated. Genes code for the [[nucleotide]] sequences in [[messenger RNA|mRNA]], [[transfer RNA|tRNA]] and [[ribosoma ...stable proportions, but that some general rules appear to hold (e.g., the nucleotide bases Adenine-Thymine and Cytosine-Guanine always remain in equal proportio
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  • ...ame="Mann"/> which alters the expression of genes while retaining the same nucleotide sequence. The methylation of genes plays a particularly prominent role in
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  • ====Nucleoside/nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs)==== Nucleotide
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  • Takahashi A ''et al'' (2005). Nucleotide sequence and expression of three subtypes of proopiomelanocortin mRNA in ba
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  • Nucleotide Metabolism
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  • .../sumsearch.uthscsa.edu/cite/--></ref> NASH may be caused by the [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/SNP/snp_ref.cgi?rs=28
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  • ...name=OCA2>{{cite journal |author=Duffy DL ''et al.'' |title=A three-single-nucleotide polymorphism haplotype in intron 1 of OCA2 explains most human eye-color va ...mine eye color; these genetic differences in individual genes are [[single nucleotide polymorphisms]] (SNP)s. The number of genes that contribute to eye color is
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  • ...genome has a "message" of one sort or another, with a particular order of nucleotide letters (A, G, C, T) being of utmost importance in determining important as
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  • ...t structurally related monomers, such as [[polynucleotides]] composed of [[nucleotide]] subunits.
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  • ...es/entrez?db=nuccore&cmd=search&term=pilobolus%20crystallinus NCBI "Entrez Nucleotide".]</ref>
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  • ...associated with the ethnic group to which individuals belong. The [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]] strongly associated with race is DARC rs2814778."<ref name =
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  • [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]] of the beta-1 (ADRB1) [[adrenergic receptor]], specifically [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]] of the beta-2 (ADRB2) [[adrenergic receptor]], specifically
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  • ...ute. The genome of this particular strain was found to be circular, with a nucleotide length of 2,184,406, was found to contain 2,208 [[genes]], 2,049 [[protein
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  • ...ong [[biopolymer]] comprised of repeating units called [[nucleotide]]s. A nucleotide is a base linked to a sugar and phosphate group which form a sugar/phosphat ...4 | year = 1919}}</ref> Levene suggested that DNA consisted of a string of nucleotide units linked together through the phosphate groups. However Levene thought
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  • ...izes, so all PCR products were confirmed to be phage like DNA sequences by nucleotide sequencing. This experiment was repeated with Taq polymerases from two diff
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  • ...ts of DNA genes as well, such as the segments that encode blueprints for [[nucleotide]] [[polymer]] structures like [[RNA#Ribosomal_RNA|ribosomal RNA]] (rRNA) an
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  • ...some superantigens.<ref>Yamaguchi T, Hayashi T, Takami H, et al. Complete nucleotide sequence of a Staphylococcus aureus exfoliative toxin B plasmid and identif
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  • DNA is a long chain of repeating units called ''nucleotides'' (a nucleotide is a base linked to a sugar and one or more phosphate groups)<ref name=Albe ...helix]]. DNA can thus be thought of as an anti-parallel double helix. The nucleotide repeats contain both the backbone of the molecule, which holds the chain to
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  • ...ve been noted (POMC-A, POMC-B and POMC-C)<ref>Takahashi A ''et al'' (2005) Nucleotide sequence and expression of three subtypes of proopiomelanocortin mRNA in ba
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  • ! [[Allele]] !! [[Nucleotide]] change
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  • -stranded [[RNA]] that is typically 21-23 [[nucleotide]]s long and whose main biological function is thought to be regulation the
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  • ...on and gross deletion breakpoints in human inherited disease and cancer I: Nucleotide composition and recombination-associated motifs. Hum Mutat. 2003 Sep;22(3):
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  • .../ref> is misleading because [[DNA repair]] capability declines with age. [[Nucleotide excision repair|Thymine dimer]] removal (a form of [[DNA repair]]) is about
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  • ...at various steps in the process for other intracellular purposes (such as nucleotide biosynthesis).
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  • ...ref&cmd=prlinks&id=20181964 | doi=10.1056/NEJMp1002074 }} </ref>. [[Single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s of the ADBR2 subtype of [[adrenergic receptor]] may affect
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  • ...information that is essential to the organism's survival, but also contain nucleotide sequences that are not identical to that of its larger chromosome, scientis
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  • ...ese genes codes for an enzyme that allows baker's yeast to make pyrimidine nucleotide bases anaerobically, and the other allows usage of sulfur from several orga
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  • ...tructure of the [[insulin]] molecule; and in Chemistry 1980, for [[virus]] nucleotide sequencing.
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  • ...tion of micro-organisms is being based on the genetic code, that is, the [[nucleotide sequence]] of the [[RNA]] in the small [[ribosome]] subunit <ref> [http://r
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  • 90. Hughes, D. M. & Nei, M. 1988. Patterns of nucleotide substitution at major histocompatibility complex class I loci reveals overd
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  • ...as a remarkable degree of conservation with less than 6% divergence at the nucleotide level.<ref name=Hornig>Hornig, M., Briese, T., and Lipkin, W.I. (2003). Bor
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  • ...ese genes codes for an enzyme that allows baker's yeast to make pyrimidine nucleotide bases anaerobically, and the other allows usage of sulfur from several orga
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  • ...NA, a single-stranded [[polymer]], is the key molecule whose sequence of [[nucleotide]]s transports the information encoded in DNA to regions of the cell where t
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  • ...NA, a single-stranded [[polymer]], is the key molecule whose sequence of [[nucleotide]]s transports the information encoded in DNA to regions of the cell where t
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  • ...0 CYP2D6]] which may lead to variable [[pharmacokinetics]] due to [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s and [[drug interaction]]s.<ref name="pmid20590588">{{cite j
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  • In particular, not all mutations rely on a random change to a single nucleotide base: some involve "mis-copying" the DNA, and these errors are very common
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  • Genes outside of the HLA region are also associated with RA. A [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]] (SNP) of the STAT4 gene is associated with both rheumatoid a
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  • ...nome project|human genome project]]', an ambitious vision to determine the nucleotide sequence the DNA of every human gene. That vast project drew on the inputs
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  • .../ref> is misleading because [[DNA repair]] capability declines with age. [[Nucleotide excision repair|Thymine dimer]] removal (a form of [[DNA repair]]) is about
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  • Various [[single-nucleotide polymorphism]]s (SNPs) have been associated with DVT.<ref> Bezemer, I. D.,
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  • ...ical dataset, which is all of the nongenetic data (no microarray or single nucleotide polymorphism data) from the 2-day clinical evaluation, and show the prelimi
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