• clone
  • A naturally skilled warrior, he was eventually chosen to serve as the genetic template for the Clone Army of the Galactic Republic. (wikipedia.org)
  • His legacy is taken up in the form of the Clone Army of the Republic which was based on his genetic material, and his son Boba, who becomes the most notorious bounty hunter in the galaxy. (wikipedia.org)
  • The whole ordeal is actually a trial organized by Tyranus to find a suitable candidate to be the genetic template of the Clone Army. (wikipedia.org)
  • He went on to found the organization N.O.W.H.E.R.E., and by combining the genetic samples from Superman, Lois, and Jon, created a clone, who would come to be known as Superboy and "Kon-El", who he hoped to use to find a way to treat Jon's condition. (wikipedia.org)
  • insects
  • Large populations with more genetic diversity-like the millions of swarms of insects in the wild-pose the most opportunities for resistance to emerge. (theatlantic.com)
  • The Queen reveals to Supergirl that during her last encounter with Lana, she injected her with a portion of her DNA and has been slowly taking control of her body for the past year, with the ultimate goal of capturing a Kryptonian to use as a template for an army of hybird insects. (wikipedia.org)
  • eventually
  • Eventually, Jon encounters his future self (the genetic template for Kon-El) in the present-in stasis, dying from illness- and touching it, creates a temporal paradox which, through a lingering psychic connection to Kon-El who remains alive in the distant future, pulls them as well as Superboy Jons and Kons from across the Multiverse as well as other timelines to a pocket universe. (wikipedia.org)
  • army
  • In Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Jango is depicted as a bounty hunter who had been hired to be the genetic template for the Grand Army of the Republic, becoming entangled in a shady plot by Darth Tyranus. (wikipedia.org)
  • code
  • Given the importance of mRNA as an information-carrying molecule, the machinery that regulates mRNA levels and destroys faulty mRNA is critical in ensuring that errors in the genetic code are not passed on to proteins. (cancerfocus.net)
  • While attending a genetics conference in Geneva, Wyndham was approached by a mysterious man (who was in truth the outcast Inhuman geneticist Phaeder) who handed to him papers containing blueprints for cracking the genetic code. (wikipedia.org)
  • Large
  • In constructing proteins, the mRNA template is transcribed from DNA genes and transported to the ribosomes â€" the cell’s protein factories that are large complexes of protein and RNA. (cancerfocus.net)
  • type
  • The second step detects lung nodules using deformable 3D and 2D templates describing typical geometry and gray-level distribution within the nodules of the same type. (hindawi.com)
  • relative
  • In the case of HIV-1 RT, we measured the kinetic data of dNTP incorporation and compared it to abasic DNA.We found that A-incorporation is only 2-fold slower relative to a matched (undamaged) RNA template while it is 7-fold slower in the case of DNA.Furthermore, there is less discrimination in incorporation between the four dNTPs in the case of abasic RNA compared to abasic DNA. (nih.gov)
  • We found that A-incorporation is only 2-fold slower relative to a matched (undamaged) RNA template while it is 7-fold slower in the case of DNA. (nih.gov)