polycistronic


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polycistronic

(ˌpɒlɪsɪstrˈɒnɪk)
adj
(Biology) biology deriving from multiple cistrons
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s Simplicon RNA Reprogramming Technology system uses a single synthetic, polycistronic self-replicating RNA replicon containing four reprogramming factors, OCT-4, KLF-4, SOX-2 and GLIS-1, and allows for efficient reprogramming without viral intermediates or host genome integration.
Cloning of a polycistronic cDNA from tomato encoding c-glutamyl kinase and c- glutamyl phosphate reductase.
Prokaryotic mRNA molecules are often polycistronic encoding several different polypeptides.
SeraCare Life Sciences was then able to develop polycistronic plasmids containing target sequences of interest and produce those plasmids as multitarget positive spikes in order to test the VBDL's methods at multiple concentrations.
Other miRNA genes showing a common promoter include the 42-48% of all miRNAs originating from polycistronic units containing multiple discrete loops from which mature miRNAs are processed [64], although this does not imply that the mature miRNAs of a family will be homologous in structure and function.
Polycistronic mRNAs and internal ribose entry site elements (IRES) are widely used by white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) structural protein genes.
In this study, we attempted to design a genetically modified polycistronic F(ab')2 fragment gene and clone it in a bacterial vector by a simple and very fast method.
These precursors, called preliminary miRNAs, contain a 5' cap structure with 7-methylguanosine and a3' poly(A) tail and are either mono- or polycistronic.
A polycistronic microRNA cluster, miR-17-92, is overexpressed in human lung cancers and enhances cell proliferation.
miR-18a is processed from a polycistronic pri-miR-17-92 transcript, which harbours five additional miRNAs.