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  • noun biochemistry Any of a family of proteins associated with histone acetylation


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  • The combination of glasses which enabled me to inspect the above details may be stated briefly thus: In the place of my astronomic eyepiece, I use an elongator (obtainable of opticians) to increase the power.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No 3, September 1864 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • Even Jehovah Boanerges Cranfill, the champion leg elongator of the universe, finds it hard work to keep fat in the Baptist field -- must add professional beggary to his schemes of predacity.

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  • Otero G, Winkler GS, Marshall N, Dahmus ME, et al. (2002) Purification and characterization of the human elongator complex.

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  • Although, IKAP/hELP1 is considered to be a component of the transcription elongator complex we failed to detect IKAP/hELP1 staining in the nucleus of fibroblasts or of the PNS neurons with the IKAP/hELP1 monoclonal antibody used.

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  • After searching through the entire genome structure of 38 different families, including the Collins, the researchers discovered a gene, elongator protein complex 4, or ELP4, that is linked to Rolandic epilepsy.

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