DNA polymerase


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DNA polymerase

n.
Any of various enzymes that function in the replication and repair of DNA by catalyzing the linking of dATP, dCTP, dGTP, and dTTP in a specific order, using single-stranded DNA as a template.

DNA polymerase


n.
any of a class of enzymes involved in synthesizing DNA from precursor molecules.
[1960–65]
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Noun1.DNA polymerase - the enzyme responsible for DNA replication
polymerase - an enzyme that catalyzes the formation of new DNA and RNA from an existing strand of DNA or RNA
Translations
ADN polymérase
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We also investigated how additional factors, such as the DNA polymerase used for the assay, may influence allele dropout.
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In a single step the detection and amplification of a gene is completed by incubating the mixture of primers, DNA polymerase, samples with substrates.
Mechanistic descriptions of how mismatches reduce the ability of DNA polymerase to incorporate nucleotides depending on mismatch type and position have been proposed (3, 4).
RNase H2 leaves an intact, 3' hydroxyl group available for extension by a DNA polymerase. However, extension occurs only when the primer has bound the matched target, ensuring any imperfect hybridization dimers will not amplify.
During replication, the enzyme DNA polymerase can thus move along each strand and add the correct base.
Phylogenetic analyses of the Avipoxvirus genus are usually conducted with the segments of the genes encoding the 4b core-like protein (P4b) and the DNA polymerase, which are both highly conserved among poxviruses (2,3).
Thermus aquaticus (Taq) DNA polymerase has been extensively used in DNA amplification procedures, However, the application of Taq DNA polymerase gene in plant has not yet been reported.
Inorganic pyrophosphatase (40 U/ml) and Sequenase version 2.0 T7 DnA polymerase (13 U/ml) were obtained from USB Corporation (Cleveland, OH, USA).

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