- n. biochemistry An oligonucleotide.
- Shortened form of oligonucleotide. (Wiktionary)
“Dietz-Schmidt A, Zündorf I, Garin J, Dingermann T, et al. (1999) A Dictyostelium protein binds to distinct oligo (dA) •oligo (dT) DNA sequences in the C-module of the retrotransposable element DRE.”
“She insisted that it was a real elixir and just what I needed in my diet — full of vitamins and minerals, and some “oligo-elements”.”
“Eating these “oligo-elements” would help to detoxify the liver so one would not suffer from ‘mal au foie’ or even worse, the ‘crise de foie’.”
“Interactive correlation with oligo-molecules rather than short sequences implies that these relationships were established during RNA World, then evolved from there.”
“Although it is oligo/mesotrophic, it appears to have a high nutrient status because of the abundant growth of attached algae along the shorelines.”
“The notion that we do not have the right to break up anti-competitive and oligo-polistic businesses flies in the face of antitrust laws and ignores the valuable lessons in growth demonstrated by Teddy Roosevelt's trust-busting.”
“She insisted that it was a real elixir and just what I needed in my diet—full of vitamins and minerals, and some “oligo-elements”.”
“We report a 55-year-old woman in whom treatment LT4 for hypothyroidism was found related to a previously undiagnosed oligo-symptomatic lactose intolerance, an unusual association.”
“Most of the lakes can be characterized as relatively clear, acidic to slightly acidic, softwater lakes; generally oligo-mesotrophic or mesotrophic.”
“Among them: tracking oligo orders and screening them for potential similarity to the government's "select agents" list of dangerous organisms, which includes smallpox and Ebola.”
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