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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of polymerase

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 polymerase:

Derived Form of polymerase

plural: polymerases
an enzyme that catalyzes the formation of new DNA and RNA from an existing strand of DNA or RNA
Type ofenzyme,
Typesreverse transcriptase, transcriptase,

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  1. Instead, we use a special polymerase known as Taq Polymerase.
  2. And then RNA polymerase, unlike a DNA polymerase, can begin a
  3. repressor is available, RNA polymerase can't get on. And so this would be, when the repressor
  4. Okay. So lactose is present. Repressor is now off. Well who can grab on? RNA polymerase
  5. now fits. RNA polymerase can fit. There's no repressor. RNA polymerase is going to run
  6. tryptophan fits in the repressor. It gives it a shape that actually blocks the RNA polymerase
  7. genes by recruiting components of the basal transcriptional machinery, including RNA polymerase.
  8. that it allows us to follow the actual movement around the DNA as the RNA polymerase transcribes the DNA, as you can see there.
  9. uncoats, it has a polymerase and a capping enzyme.
  10. of a DNA polymerase, it's polymerizing
  11. processivity factor which made the polymerase stay on the DNA.
  12. with DNA polymerase, and nucleoside triphosphates,
  13. And we'll add a DNA polymerase plus four deoxy nucleoside
  14. fashion to DNA polymerase in that it denatures locally or
  15. You add a special DNA polymerase called Taq
  16. temperature to the optimum for Taq polymerase and DNA
  17. At a slightly higher temperature, the enzyme taq polymerase, shown here in blue,
  18. type of DNA polymerase enzyme and the target amplicon. Commonly used Taq Polymerase polymerizes
  19. in PCR is Taq polymerase, a thermostable DNA polymerase that allows multiple cycles of
  20. keep adding polymerase? Because polymerase gets roomed at