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  • noun Plural form of guanine.

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Examples

  • After putting in a full day of consulting and then getting the kids to bed, Rienhoff would retire to his attic and spend hours checking Beatrice's adenines (A), thymines (T), guanines (G), and cytosines (C) against the Ensembl reference genome.

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  • After putting in a full day of consulting and then getting the kids to bed, Rienhoff would retire to his attic and spend hours checking Beatrice's adenines (A), thymines (T), guanines (G), and cytosines (C) against the Ensembl reference genome.

    DIY DNA: One Father's Attempt to Hack His Daughter's Genetic Code

  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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  • All guanines present after sequencing that are complementary to methyl cytosines on the opposite DNA strand.

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  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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  • Yellow, specifically recognized guanines (G +8 and G − 3) within the half site.

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  • The molecule loses its chlorine atoms in exchange for the nitrogen atoms of the target guanines.

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