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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He added: "Staging the piece as if it were the first readthrough of the play was a stroke of genius.
There was a "compelling" decline in developmental myosin and an increase in mean utrophin protein, but these positive changes had limited readthrough into T2 MRI, 6MWT and NSAA, Chattopadhyay tells investors in a research note.
In reference to the famous "you know nothing, Jon Snow" line, he added: "We had the readthrough last week so I know everything now.
The actor, who hails from West Belfast, posted a photo of the readthrough script on his Instagram account, saying: "So this is happening this morning beyond excited.
today announced that the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) has published new results further validating Translarna's (ataluren) mechanism of action to promote readthrough of premature stop codons resulting from nonsense mutations in genetic disorders.
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.
The High Fidelity star took to the stage of the city's Geffen Playhouse a few days ago for a script readthrough of Melissa Berton's latest screenplay, Dylan, which was a prize-winner at the 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest.
JULIE, Northern Stage, Newcastle, until June 18 Having attended an early readthrough of Zinnie Harris's play, I knew this was going to be an edgy 90 minutes' worth.
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.
The ability to perform all of these tasks during one readthrough develops over time.