ALU

Arithmetic Logic Unit
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ALU

Abbreviation for 'Arithmetic and Logic Unit' (q.v.).
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Alu

(1) Type II restriction endonuclease, isolated from Arthrobacter luteus . The recognition sequence is 5'- AG/CT-3'. (2) Alu sequences are highly repetitive sequences found in large numbers (100-500,000) in the human genome, and that are cleaved more than once within each sequence by the Alu endonuclease. The Alu sequences look like DNA copies of mRNA because they have a 3' poly-A tail and flanking repeats. ...
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Alû

In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology, Alû is a vengeful spirit of the Utukku that goes down to the underworld Kur. The demon has no mouth, lips or ears. It roams at night and terrifies people while they sleep, and posession by Alû results in unconsciousness and coma; in this manner it resembles creatures such as the mara, and incubus, which are in...
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Alu

(from the article `Shortland Islands`) volcanic group in the northwestern Solomon Islands, southwestern Pacific Ocean, just southeast of Bougainville. The group`s two largest islands are ...
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Alu

1. Type II restriction endonuclease, isolated from Arthrobacter luteus. The recognition sequence is 5' AG/CT 3'. ... 2. Alu sequences are highly repetitive sequences found in large numbers 100-500,000) in the human genome and that are cleaved more than once within each sequence by the Alu endonuclease. The Alu sequences look like DNA copies of mRNA...
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Alu

[runic] The sequence alu ({runic|ᚨᛚᚢ}) is found in numerous Elder Futhark runic inscriptions of Germanic Iron Age Scandinavia (and more rarely in early Anglo-Saxon England) between the 3rd and the 8th century. The word usually appears either alone (such as on the Elgesem runestone) or as part of an apparent formula (such as on the Lin...
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ALU

Abbreviation for arithmetic and logic unit
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ALU

Arithmetic and Logic Unit. The portion of a CPU that actually performs arithmetic and other computational procedures. (WW)
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ALU

Arithmetic and Logical Unit
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ALU

Arithmetic Logic Unit
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