the monomer comprising DNA or RNA biopolymer molecules. Each nucleotide consists of a nitrogenous heterocyclic base (or nucleobase), which can be either a double-ringed purine or a single-ringed pyrimidine; a five-carbon pentose sugar (deoxyribose in DNA or ribose in RNA); and a phosphate group. (noun)
Examples of word nucleotide
Pharmasset's lead hepatitis C drug, PSI-7977, is known as a nucleotide polymerase inhibitor and is designed to combat hepatitis C infection inside liver cells.
Orchestrated gene regulation and expression networks across whole genomes facilitated by the jumping insertions * is* fairly new, and it offers a whole different level of evolution beyond fortuitous point mutations in nucleotide bases selected by the parameters of life and the luck of the Irish.
Knowing the end configuration of the proteins one would need to estimate the starting protein nucleotide configurations and assume the chance of a mutation was equally distributed throughout the proteins.
The "all" s in numbers 1 and 3 are not "sneaky" misrepresentations of some ID advocates, although you yourself may not think ever nucleotide is special.
To examine the role of tRNA in amino acid activation more closely, several assays employing a tRNA analog in which the 2'-OH group at the 3'-terminal A76 nucleotide is replaced with hydrogen (tRNA (2'HGln)) were developed.