Antisense DNA strand or template for RNA transcription.
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.
The third base position within a codon, which can often (but not always) be altered to another nucleotide without changing the encoded amino acid
It accounts for the ability of a tRNA to recognize more than one codon by unusual pairing with the third base of the codon.
It is the number of times a duplex axis crosses over itself in space.