switching sites

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switching sites

switching sites

Switching between polymerase and exonuclease sites in DNA polymerase ε

Transcription factor abundance controlled by an auto-regulatory mechanism involving a transcription start site switch

DNA polymerase proofreading: active site switching catalyzed by the bacteriophage T4 DNA polymerase

Transcriptional activation by LR1 at the Eµ enhancer and switch region sites

The bacterial and mitochondrial ribosomal A-site molecular switches possess different conformational substates

Switching of charge transport in DNA by regulated triplex formations at the dual sites

A DNase I hypersensitive site near the murine γ1 switch region contributes to insertion site independence of transgenes and modulates the amount of transcripts induced by CD40 ligation

Rilpivirine exposure in plasma and sanctuary site compartments after switching from nevirapine-containing combined antiretroviral therapy

A magnesium-induced RNA conformational switch at the internal ribosome entry site of hepatitis C virus genome visualized by atomic force microscopy

Site-specific fluorescence dynamics in an RNA ‘thermometer’ reveals the role of ribosome binding in its temperature-sensitive switch function

Target site cleavage by the monomeric restriction enzyme BcnI requires translocation to a random DNA sequence and a switch in enzyme orientation

Determinants of a protein-induced RNA switch in the large domain of signal recognition particle identified by systematic-site directed mutagenesis

Site specific replacements of a single loop nucleoside with a dibenzyl linker may switch the activity of TBA from anticoagulant to antiproliferative

Incidence and Predictors of Death, Retention, and Switch to Second-Line Regimens in Antiretroviral-Treated Patients in Sub-Saharan African Sites with Comprehensive Monitoring Availability


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Break points at which gene segments combine in gene rearrangements.

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