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Derived Form of nucleases

root word: nuclease
plural: nucleases
root word: nuclease
Noun: nuclease
general term for enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of nucleic acid by cleaving chains of nucleotides into smaller units
Type ofenzymes,
Typesendonucleases, exonucleases,

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  1. is shortened by a variety of nucleases.
  2. The two most important nucleases I'll be mentioning are a complex called the CCR4
  3. the main nucleases in the cell, target. The poly-A tail is removed
  4. cleavage we are talking about nucleases. We are talking about ribonuclease which is going
  5. to cleave ribo nucleic acid. We are talking about deoxy ribo nucleic nucleases which are
  6. going to cleave deoxy ribo nucleic acid. There are two types of nucleases. The two types
  7. it is Type b. So the 2 types of nucleases are exonucleases and endonucleases. Exonucleases
  8. nucleases basically.
  9. We have rattle snake venom here or snake venom. These are mostly nucleases. This cleaves DNA
  10. this is as much as we are going to do about the endonucleases or the nucleases in general
  11. of the nucleases. If it is going to cleave ribonucleic acid, then we will have a ribo
  12. I love nucleases.
  13. For example, aggregation of RNA into these structures might protect them from other nucleases,
  14. And we could do this just by expressing these viral nucleases.
  15. viral nucleases, by internally cleaving the RNA,
  16. Nucleases convert nucleic acids to nucleotides and nucleosides.
  17. those proteins into the building blocks. We also have nucleases that are going to be produced
  18. that come out of the pancreas. And then finally we have nucleases that are going to breakdown
  19. Typically, proteins called nucleases
  20. Traditional cloning evolved from the discoveries of site-specific nucleases (restriction enzymes)