Medical Definition of Helix destabilising protein

1. Proteins involved in DNA replication. They bind cooperatively to single stranded areas of a DNA molecule in a double helix, causing the helix to unwind and preventing the reformation of the duplex and extending the DNA backbone, thus making the exposed bases more accessible for base pairing. (10 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Helix Destabilising Protein

helium fusion
helium group
helium speech
helium star
helium stars
helium variable
helium variables
heliumlike
heliums
helix
helix-coil transition
helix-loop-helix motifs
helix-turn-helix motifs
helix (snails)
helix angle
helix destabilising protein (current term)
helix loop helix
helix turn helix
helixes
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hell
hell's bells
hell's teeth
hell-bent
hell-diver
hell-divers
hell-for-leather
hell-hole
hell-holes
hell-hound

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