RNA

Ribonucleic acid, a polymer of the sugar ribose, phosphate, purine and pyrimidine bases which, as an adjunct to DNA, helps to transmit and implement the genetic instructions for protein synthesis carried on the DNA. Some viruses store their genetic information as RNA not as DNA.
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RNA

Remote Network Access [Microsoft]
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RNA

(Humans as organisms) (Ribonucleic acid) - it converts the genetic information stored in DNA into proteins
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RNA

(= ribonucleic acid) This molecular species has an informational role, a structural role and an enzymic role and is thus used in a more versatile way than either DNA or proteins. Considered by many to be the earliest macromolecule of living systems. The structure is of ribose units joined in the 3' and 5' positions through a phosphodiester linkage with a purine or pyrimidine base attached to the 1' position. All RNA species are synthesized by transcription of DNA sequences, but may involve post-transcriptional modification. ...
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RNA

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a family of large biological molecules that perform multiple vital roles in the coding, decoding, regulation, and expression of genes. Together with DNA, RNA comprises the nucleic acids, which, along with proteins, constitute the three major macromolecules essential for all known forms of life. Like DNA, RNA is assembled ...
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RNA

<molecular biology> A nucleic acid found in all living cells. Plays a role in transferring information from DNA to the protein-forming system of the cell. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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RNA

(ribonucleic acid) A class of nucleic acids characterized by the presence of the sugar ribose and the organic base uracil. By contrast, DNA contains deoxyribose and thymine, respectively. Most RNA molecules, including messenger RNA and transfer RNA, act as cellular intermediarie...
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RNA

(ribonucleic acid) a single-stranded molecule composed of chemical building blocks, similar to DNA. The RNA segments in cells represent copies of portions of the DNA sequences in the nucleus. RNA is the sole genetic material of retroviruses.
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RNA

[journal] RNA is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that focuses on all aspects of RNA molecules; both their structures, metabolism, functions and evolution. The journal was first published in March 1995 by Cambridge University Press, then from 2003 by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. It is published on behalf of the RNA Society. The 20...
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rna

A chemical found in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells; it plays an important role in protein synthesis and other chemical activities of the cell. The structure of RNA is similar to that of DNA. There are several classes of RNA molecules, including messenger RNA, transfer RNA, ribosomal RNA, and other small RNAs, each serving a different purpose.
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RNA

a linear, usually single-stranded polymer of ribonucleotides, each containing the sugar ribose in association with a phosphate group and one of four nitrogenous bases
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Rna

A nucleic acid with D-ribose as the sugar component in its nucleotides.
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RNA

acronym: ribonucleic acid
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RNA

complex compound of high molecular weight that functions in cellular protein synthesis and replaces DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) as a carrier of ... [44 related articles]
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RNA

Nucleic acid involved in the process of translating the genetic material DNA into proteins. It is usually single-stranded, unlike the double-stranded DNA, and consists of a large number of nucleotides strung together, each of which comprises the sugar ribose, a phosphate group, and one of four bases (uracil, cytosine, adenine, or guanine). ...
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RNA

One of two types of nucleic acid made by cells. RNA contains information that has been copied from DNA (the other type of nucleic acid). Cells make several different forms of RNA, and each form has a specific job in the cell. Many forms of RNA have functions related to making proteins. RNA is also the genetic material of some viruses instead of DNA...
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RNA

Registered Nurse Anesthetist
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RNA

Ribonucleic Acid
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RNA

Ribonucleic Acid
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RNA

Ribonucleic acid
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RNA

Ribonucleic acid
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RNA

Ribonucleic acid
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RNA

RiboNucleic Acid, similar to DNA except for the sugar in the nucleotide unit, which is ribose, instead of deoxyribose, and the base Uracil instead of Thymine. RNA is the genetic material for RNA viruses,
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RNA

ribonucleic acid, which helps to decode and process the information contained in DNA
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RNA

Ribonucleic acid.
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