Mononucleotides

Mononucleotides

 

complex organic compounds consisting of a purine or pyrimidine base, a sugar radical (ribose or deoxyribose), and a phosphoric acid radical. Mononucleotides are monomers that form nucleic acids (polynucleotides). They are identified by the type of nitrogen base, which is a specific component. The ribose or deoxyribose phosphate unit is identical in different mononucleotides.

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As a consequence, there has been a move toward including more mononucleotides and fewer dinucleotides in MSI testing panels.
6]); (v) lipid P, identified as the sum of [alpha]- and [beta]-glycerophosphate, the alkaline hydrolysis products of phospholipid; and (vi) RNA P, identified as the sum of up to 4 peaks assigned to mononucleotides derived from alkaline hydrolysis of RNA.
production has been linked to two sites within complex I: reduced flavin mononucleotides and quinone binding sites [24].
The study also predicted the presence in the nucleus and cytoplasm of a 5'-to-3' exonuclease that preferentially digests uncapped RNA to 5' mononucleotides exonucleolytically.
The microbivore consisting of sufficient mechanical mincing power, digestion chamber where a pre-programmed sequence of engineered enzymes are successively injected and extracted, reducing the morcellate primarily to monoresidue amino acids, mononucleotides, glycerol, free fatty acids and simple sugars, which are then harmlessly discharged into the environment, completing the cycle.
Kometa, "On-line sample preparation for the determination of riboflavin and flavin mononucleotides in foodstuffs," Analyst, vol.
Microbivores would hunt different bacteria inside the body and digest them into amino acids, mononucleotides, simple fatty acids, and sugars.
Once inside, the microbe is minced and digested into amino acids, mononucleotides, simple fatty acids and sugars.
Cladribine is a nucleoside analogue that becomes phosphorylated intracellularly to form active mononucleotides.
Because the masses of the 4 mononucleotides (dAMP, dTMP, dGMP, and dCMP) comprising DNA are known with great accuracy, highly precise measurements of mass can be used to derive a base composition (or a constrained list of base compositions).
Compound repeats were defined as runs of repeats separated by no more than three consecutive nonrepeat nucleotides from a perfect or imperfect repeat of a different motif or [greater than or equal to]10 uninterrupted mononucleotides.