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Adj.1.single-stranded - having a single strand; "single-stranded RNA"
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The complex RNA structures discovered to date contain single-stranded RNA molecules that self-fold into structures without any topological knots.
The newly allowed patent broadly covers methods of cleaving a target RNA via a double-stranded ribonuclease mechanism, including the RNAi mechanism, with chemically modified, single-stranded RNA-containing drugs.
For more than 40 years, researchers had known that RNA, a single-stranded nucleic acid, carries instructions from a gene to the cell's protein-making machinery.
To the Editor: Torquetenovirus (TTV) and torquetenominivirus (TTMV) are characterized by a small, negative-sense, circular, single-stranded DNA genome and by an extraordinary ability to produce chronic plasma viremia.
At first, the scientists discovered that CNTs strongly interact with single-stranded DNA, producing a stable, partially-charged hybrid that is capable of dispersing the CNTs (which are usually hydrophobic and clumped) in an aqueous solution.
The abstract describes the technology as follows: Methods and Composition for producing single-stranded cloned DNA (ss-cDNA) with a vector based system in eukaryotic cells.
In addition to targeting specific genes in the body, AVI's antiviral program uses NEUGENE antisense compounds to combat disease by targeting single-stranded RNA viruses, including West Nile virus, hepatitis C virus, dengue virus, Ebola virus and influenza A virus.
Turberfield, designed a set of four single-stranded DNA molecules, each one with components in an order that would result in certain DNA-DNA bonds.
Cheil Jedang Corporation (Korea) has patented a novel endonuclease enzyme which is secreted from immune cell and recognizes bacterial DNA as foreign agent and processes it to produce about 10 bp single-stranded oligonucleotide including CpG motif which is involved in immune response.
So, he and his colleagues adorned some nanotubes with a layer of single-stranded DNA, which binds to more kinds of molecules than naked carbon does.
In this technique, a complementary strand of RNA, the antisense strand, binds to part of a cell's normal, single-stranded RNA.
One factor may be molecules called single-stranded DNA-binding (SSB) proteins, which have been implicated in the copying and repairing of genes.

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