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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of endonuclease

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of endonuclease:

Derived Form of endonuclease

plural: endonucleases
a nuclease that cleaves nucleic acids at interior bonds and so produces fragments of various sizes
Type ofnuclease,
Typesrestriction endonuclease, restriction enzyme, restriction nuclease,

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  1. events which are specialized, are endonuclease cleavage events.
  2. or elements which are recognized and they trigger endonuclease cleavage.
  3. Another class of endonuclease cleavage is yet another of these so-called quality control
  4. how diverse are these types of endonuclease cleavage in eukaryotic cells
  5. endonuclease inhibitor.
  6. proteins called enzymes, in particolar we use endonuclease, which can
  7. The actual word is restriction endonuclease.
  8. and endonuclease is one that doesn't need a free
  9. The endonuclease is for two types. We have the end and the end. The we have it acting
  10. it is the type of the endonuclease because it cleaves in the middle. It is a Type b so
  11. This third vial was digested with PST1 and a second restriction endonuclease.
  12. endonuclease B can chop right here, and here's endonuclease A,
  13. whereas they have the same site for endonuclease B,
  14. or a vector encoding a viral endonuclease, like SOX;
  15. initiated by a viral endonuclease like KSHV SOX,
  16. like the SOX endonuclease that I told you about today,
  17. also have an endonuclease
  18. I should note that this strategy that the virus is using, of using an endonuclease...
  19. about RNA targeting by a particular viral endonuclease,