Watson Strand:

Antisense DNA strand or template for RNA transcription.

Western Blot:

A technique for detecting specific proteins using an antibody. Proteins are separated by electrophoresis in an acrylamide gel (PAGE), and transferred onto a membrane. The membrane is then probed with an antibody.


The native or predominant genetic constitution before mutations, usually referring to the genetic consitution normally existing in nature.

Wobble Position:

The third base position within a codon, which can often (but not always) be altered to another nucleotide without changing the encoded amino acid

Wobble Hypothesis:

It accounts for the ability of a tRNA to recognize more than one codon by unusual pairing with the third base of the codon.

Writhing Number:

It is the number of times a duplex axis crosses over itself in space.

<< Previous
Share & Bookmark This Content!


A  |  B  |  C  |  D  |  E  |  F  |  G  |  H  |  I  |  J  |  K  |  L  |  M  |  N  |  O  |  P  |  Q  |  R  |  S  |  T  |  U  |  V  |  W  |  X  |  Y  |  Z

  An Introduction to qPCR   ||   Technically Sweet
Copyright ©1994-2011 PREMIER Biosoft International. All rights reserved.