RNA is a nucleic acid occurring in the cytoplasm and the nucleolus, containing phosphoric acid, p-ribose, adenine, guanine, cytosine, and Uralic.
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- Teichoic acid
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Mutant is an organism with a changed or new gene.
Polysome is a complex of ribosome bound together by a single mRNA molecule. Also called polyribosome.
Pyrogen is a chemical which affects the hypothalamus, which regulates body temperature.
Bacteriophage is a substance that causes the disintegration of bacteria.
Immunoelectrophoresis is a technique which employs a combination of immunodiffusion and electrophoresis to identify various antigens.