strandedness

strandedness

(ˈstrændɪdnɪs)
n
the quality or state of being stranded
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I have tried to convey the strandedness implied by the punning Strandortsbestimmung in "Indefinition of the Position.
Effect of DNA size and strandedness on the in vivo clearance and organ localization of DNA.
Physicochemical characterization is based on type, strandedness, and the number of segments of nucleic acid, as well as the number and size of proteins and their functional activities.
In addition, the technology conserves strandedness of cDNA which allows researchers to discern between overlapping RNAs transcribed from the sense or antisense strand.