Zero Time-Binding DNA:

DNA that enters the duplex form at the start of a reassociation reaction; results from intramolecular reassociation of inverted repeats.

Zinc Finger:

A DNA binding protein structural motif. Present in many transcription factors (e.g., Sp1, Gal4). The "finger" is formed by 2-4 Cysteine residues and one zinc ion.The protein has repeated motif of amino acids with characteristic spacing of cysteines that may be invloved in binding zinc or DNA or RNA.


It describes the us eof Southern blotting to test the ability of a DNA probe from one species to hybridize with the DNA from the genomes of a variety of other species.


Individual which is produced by fusion of two gametes. It is the fertilized egg.

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