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endonucleolytic

Definitions

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  • adj. That cleaves nucleic acids in half by hydrolyzing the bonds between nucleotides

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Examples

  • Pre-40S particles are rapidly exported to the cytoplasm where an endonucleolytic cleavage at site D releases the

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  • The team, which profiled the entire population of cleaved mRNAs found in mouse embryonic stem cells, has found multiple mRNAs that have undergone "endonucleolytic cleavage" - i.e. they have been sliced or cleaved (and hence destroyed) by the enzyme Ago2, one of the

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  • More information: "Diverse endonucleolytic cleavage sites in the mammalian transcriptome depend on microRNAs, Drosha, and additional nucleases," appears online in

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  • Crow M, Mingay LJ, Deng T, Sharps J, et al. (2002) A single amino acid mutation in the PA subunit of the influenza virus RNA polymerase inhibits endonucleolytic cleavage of capped RNAs.

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