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TTrue
TTelephone
TTrainer (US military aircraft designation; as in T-1 Seastar)
TTime
TTeen (ESRB)
TTeam
TTechnology
TTest
TTraining
TTen (playing card)
TTerm (life insurance)
TTechnical (foul)
TTip
TTraffic
TTarget Corporation (IRB)
TMassachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
TTechno
TTea
TTie
TToyota
TTemperature
TDraft (naval architecture; waterline height)
TAT&T (stock exchange symbol)
TTank (oil & water tanks)
TTerminal
TTransition Metal
TTestosterone
TTransformation (mathematics)
TAlberta (postal code designation, Canada)
TTactics
TTackle (football)
TTreasury (various organizations)
TTerrorist
TTransmit
TTango (aviation letter code)
TTraded (baseball card set designation)
TTorque
TThesis
TTera
TTranspose
TTasmania
TTrillion
TThroughput
Tteaspoon
TTonne
Ttablespoon
TTesla
TThunderstorm (weather reports)
TTopps (baseball card manufacturer)
TTaxe (French: tax; postage due mark; philately)
TThymus
TTORX (Textron Inc. driver/fastening system)
TT-Mo (rapper)
TThreonine (amino acid)
TTransmittance
TTurbocharge(d)
TThrust Force (aerodynamic equations)
TTopicality (debate)
TThymine (DNA base)
TTemporary Register
TT-Joint (welded joint type)
TTransmissivity
TThoracic Vertebra (prefix, as in T-1, T-2)
TTureaud (Mr. T)
TUS Telegraph (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
TTrue Bearing
TThermostabilized (space food)
TTiefdruckgebiet (German: low pressure system)
TTaxable Item
TTracer element (US military ammunition)
TPrimary immune system white blood cell
TUS DoT tire speed rating (118 mph)
TWith mark approval by Dentori or Japan Electrical Testing Laboratory (JET)
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Samples were collected during 35 days for quantification of adenine and thymine. The adenine and thymine concentration did not change during whole period, demonstrating no significant adsorption onto quartz surface.
As cytosine is deaminated in formalin-fixed tissues (13, 14), it is likely that 5-mC undergoes corresponding deamination to thymine. This study is the first report to examine 5-mC deamination as the source of sequence artifacts in DNA from formalin-fixed tissues by use of EGFR T790M as an example of a clinically important mutation that would be affected by such artifacts.
Lineweaver-Burk plots representing the reciprocal of the initial rates of thymine excision versus the reciprocal of the substrate concentrations were utilized to determine the Michaelis constant (Km) and the catalytic constant (Kcat).
From such studies, it was found that linear VBT-VBA copolymer chains cross-link through adjacent thymine moieties to form an immobilized thin film.
Keywords: Gas chromatography, Guanine, Adenine, Cytosine, Thymine, Ethyl chloroformate.
The 18F-FLT tracer combines a sugar and thymine, one of the four main components of DNA.
The others are adenine, cytosine guanine and thymine. Uracil is only found in RNA, replacing the thymine.
DNA contains four basic building blocks or bases': adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G) and thymine (T).
Prime example: DNA sequencing, a process used to determine the order of four nucleotides or bases -- adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine -- that make up an organism's genome or DNA dataset.
It includes any method or technology that is used to determine the order of the four bases (adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine) in a strand of DNA.
Transcriptional regulation of thymine DNA glycosylase (TDG) by the tumor suppressor protein p53.
DNA sequencing is the process of reading nucleotide bases in a specific DNA molecule, that is to say determining the arrangement mode of adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine.