readthrough


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readthrough

[′rēd‚thrü]
(genetics)
Transcription beyond a termination sequence due to failure of ribonucleic acid polymerase to recognize the termination codon.
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In reference to the famous "you know nothing, Jon Snow" line, he added: "We had the readthrough last week so I know everything now.
In case of any pathology caused by an early stop codon, the strategy is to ensure readthrough at the stop codon and the production of a functional protein.
(2012) L-MPZ, a novel isoform of myelin P0, is produced by stop codon readthrough. J.
There will also be a readthrough in June of a new play about his life penned by local playwright Ed Waugh, while a website -http://JoeWilsonGeordieHinny.
Perry et al., "Endotoxin-induced changes in human working and declarative memory associate with cleavage of plasma 'readthrough' acetylcholinesterase," Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, vol.
"We only did one readthrough of the script because I wanted to keep it fresh and there was no one for David to act opposite."
(6) There are several gene therapies under investigation, including ataluren to promote ribosomal readthrough of stop codons, and antisense oligonucleotides that induce exon skipping, which increases the expression of dystrophin and reduces the severity of disease.
Programmed translational readthrough generates antiangiogenic VEGF-Ax.
Do a readthrough that is specifically focused on your personal checklist.