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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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  • A nucleotide analog reverse transcritase inhibitor (nRTI) antiviral drug used to treat H
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  • [[Nucleotide]]-based [[reverse transcriptase]] inhibitor used to treat [[HIV]]/[[AIDS]]
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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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