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Daughter isotope

Daughter isotope

An element produced by radioactive decay of another.

See: radionuclide generator, cow.


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... RNA primers are not degraded. Hence at the end of the replication, the daughter DNA molecules would be hetero-polymers of DNA and RNA. The products ... directionality determination: 1) Denaturation Mapping and 2) Radio-isotope pulse chase techinique (tritium, N15). Both these techniques require ...

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