nucleic

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  • He was best known for his work on nucleic acid structure and function.
  • This substance has become known as nucleic acid, which contains the genetic information found in all living cells.
  • No evidence of nucleic acid has been found in any prion particle studied.
  • The base of these indigenous families is mostly based on clans, extensive families or nucleic families.
  • Nucleic acid design has similar goals to protein design.
  • It opened up a research area eventually leading to the complete synthesis of other components of nucleic acids.
  • These qualities make the assembly of nucleic acid structures easy to control through nucleic acid design.
  • Minor species of non-genomic nucleic acid are some times also found in virions.
  • This suggests that they may both be derived from an ancient nucleic acid-binding protein.
  • FISH is usually associated with nucleic acid based-type methods that can be further broken down to antimicrobial peptides.
  • FISH is usually associated with nucleic acid based-type methods that can be further broken down to antimicrobial peptides.
  • VLPs are very close to viruses in their structure but they don't carry any nucleic acid.
  • The nucleic acid is bound in en extended conformation across one side of the domain.
  • For this reason, the nucleic acid sequence is also termed the primary structure.
  • Both protein and nucleic acid secondary structures can be used to aid in multiple sequence alignment.
  • Nucleic acids such as RNA might then have formed more easily within the liposomes than they would have outside.
  • Secondary structure can be predicted from a single or from several nucleic acid sequences.
  • Nucleic acid structure is often divided into four different levels: primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary.
  • Although some fundamental facts were known about nucleic acids due to these early discoveries, its structure and function remained a mystery.
  • He started to research nucleic acid sequencing in the early 1960s.
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