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Quadruplex

quadruplex

fourfold; folded or doubled twice.

(Science: physics) Quadruplex system, a system by which four messages, two in each direction, may be sent simultaneously over the wire.

Origin: L, from quattuor four _ plicare to fold.


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TELOMERE - and everything about it.

why 'G-quadruplex' - coz once formed, its very stable . Additionaly, if the telomere end folds back to form the t-loop, as proposed in that paper, it still displaces the guanine rich sequence of the duplex DNA from the telomere, ...

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Mon Jun 26, 2006 2:26 pm
 
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TELOMERE - and everything about it.

Interestingly, telomereric 3'-overhang , which is single-stranded DNA and is guanine-rich sequence * , and has been shown to form G-quadruplex - a higher secondary structure, has not been talked about!!!! * for human and many other vertebrates is TTAGGG repeat (for humans the average is ...

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by telomere
Mon Jun 26, 2006 2:25 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: TELOMERE - and everything about it.
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Views: 1515


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