antisense

In general the complementary strand of a coding sequence of DNA or of mRNA. Antisense RNA hybridizes with and inactivates mRNA.

antisense

Way to turn off a gene by putting a 'reverse version' or 'mirror image' version of the gene into a cell. See marker gene.

Antisense

Antisense: In molecular biology, the strand complementary to a coding sequence of a nucleic acid. Antisense DNA is the non-coding strand complementary to the coding strand in double-stranded DNA. The antisense strand serves as the template for messenger RNA (mRNA) synthesis. Antisense RNA is the non-coding strand complementary to a coding sequence ...
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antisense

<molecular biology> In general the complementary strand of a coding sequence of DNA (antisense DNA) or of mRNA (antisense RNA). ... A collection of nucleotide sequences which are not templates for synthesis but yet interact with complementary sequences in other molecules thereby causing function of those molecules to be affected. ... Antisens...
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antisense

(an″te-) (an´ti-sens) pertaining to the antisense strand of a nucleic acid. Antisense strand of DNA, complementary to the sense (coding) strand and serving as a template for RNA synthesis.
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Antisense

Nucleic acid that has a sequence exactly opposite to an mRNA molecule made by the body; binds to the mRNA molecule to prevent a protein from being made.
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antisense

The non-coding strand in double-stranded DNA. The antisense strand serves as the template for mRNA synthesis.
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antisense

antisense, DNA or RNA manipulated in a laboratory so that its components (nucleotides) form a complementary copy of normal, or “sense,” messenger RNA (mRNA; see nucleic acid). Antisense techniques are used to deactivate disease-causing or undesirable genes so that they cannot produce har...
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antisense

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′tē-sents See: antisense DNA, antisense RNA
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Antisense

Nucleic acid that has a sequence exactly opposite to an mrna molecule made by the body
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