rev

Revolution

rev

<molecular biology> A regulatory protein produced by HIV within infected cells. Rev helps transport HIV RNA sequences (messenger RNA) out from the nucleus into the cells cytoplasm, where it directs construction of proteins for new virus particles. ... (11 Jan 1998) ...
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REV

[disk] REV is a removable hard disk storage system from Iomega. The small removable disks store 35, 70, or 120 gigabytes and are hard-drive technology. Like a standard hard drive, the REV system uses a flying head to read and write data to a spinning platter. The removable disks contained the platter, spindle, and motor, while the drive hea...
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Rev

[drink] Rev is a 7% ABV vodka-based cola beverage (alcopop), infused with guarana. Rev is manufactured by FBM Distilleries in Brampton, Ontario, Canada and distributed exclusively within the country under license from Bacardi. It is currently available in blue as Rev Energy and Rev Low. Purple, red, and green have been discontinued. The dri...
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Rev

[HIV] Rev is a HIV gene. The name Rev stands for `Regulator of Expression of Virion Proteins`. ==Function== The gene`s protein product allows fragments of HIV mRNA that contain a HIV Rev response element (RRE) to be exported from the nucleus to the cytoplasm. In the absence of the rev gene, the host RNA splicing machinery in the nucleus qui...
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REV

Reticuloendotheliosis virus
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rev

to run an engine before bringing it into use
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