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Definition of Abasic

Abasic
Abasia A*ba"si*a, n. [NL.; Gr. ?- not + ? a step.] (Med.) Inability to co["o]rdinate muscular actions properly in walking. -- A*ba"sic, a.

Meaning of Abasic from wikipedia

- Abase may refer to: Self-aba****t Amira Abase, Shamima Begum and Kadiza Sultana...
- molecular genetics, an AP site (apurinic/apyrimidinic site), also known as an abasic site, is a location in DNA (also in RNA but much less likely) that has neither...
- Self-aba****t is humiliating oneself when one feels lower or less deserving of respect. Self-aba****t might have a religious aspect for those s****ing...
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- not part of DNA) by uracil-DNA glycosylase, generating an abasic (AP) site. The resulting abasic site is then recognised by enzymes (AP endonucleases) that...
- Amira Abase, Shamima Begum, and Kadiza Sultana (also referred to as Bethnal Green trio) are three British women who previously attended the Bethnal Green...
- deoxyribonolactone is mutagenic and resistant to repair enzymes. Thus, an abasic site is created. Radical damage to DNA can also occur through the interaction...
- males and females) -.44 with dominance, -.24 with aggression, +.37 with aba****t, +.46 with counselling readiness, -.52 with self-confidence, -.36 with...
- Bennett, P.; Wilson, D.; Sutherland, B. (2004). "Processing of bistranded abasic DNA clusters in gamma-irradiated human hematopoietic cells". Nucleic Acids...
- sugar-phosphate backbone and its ****ociated nucleobase leaves an abasic site in double stranded DNA. These abasic sites are often generated as an intermediate and then...
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