antisense strand

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antisense strand

[¦an·tē′sens ‚strand]
(cell and molecular biology)
The strand of a double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid molecule from which ribonucleic acid is transcribed. Also known as anticoding strand.
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The cleavage in the G919A mutation occurs in the non-coding strand, and produces a 61-nt fluorescent fragment (Fig.
This precludes differentiation between cleavage of the coding or non-coding strand, which requires labeling with different fluorophores and dual-channel detection.
MicroRNA (miRNA) are naturally occurring, non-coding strands of RNA that trigger the RNA interference pathway.

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