Medical Definition of Pi protein

1. Polypeptide (35 kD) that is required for the initiation of DNA replication in the R6K antibiotic resistance plasmid, of which there are 12-18 copy equivalents in the E. Coli chromosome. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pi Protein

phænomenal
phænomenally
phænomenon
phænotypic
phænotypical
pi
pi-meson
pi-minus
pi-plus
piRNA
piRNAs
pi bond
pi cone monochromatism
pi helix
pi meson
pi protein (current term)
pia
pia-arachnitis
pia-arachnoid
pia mater
pia maters
piacle
piacles
piacular
piacularities
piacularity
piaculative
piaffe
piaffed
piaffer

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