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1. General Term: Reverse Transcriptase
Reverse Transcriptase An enzyme used in
the replication of retroviruses; aids in copying the retrovirus's RNA into a
complementary strand of DNA once inside the host cell.
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2. General Term: Restriction Enzyme
Restriction Enzyme Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme produced by some viruses (retroviruses,
which store their genetic information as RNA instead of DNA ), which, as the name
implies, Reverses the normal process of transcription. It
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3. Genetics Topic: Should Genes Be Patented?
beings, using the
enzyme reverse transcriptase , it is patentable. On the other
hand, Kevles and Hood are troubled. If anything is literally
a common birthright of human beings, it is the human genome . It
would thus seem that if
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4. General Term: Endogenous Retroviruses
(like HIV) that produces reverse transcriptase by
means of which DNA is produced using their RNA as a template and incorporated
into the genome of infected cells.
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