Medical Definition of Dnase i hypersensitivity site

1. A site on a DNA molecule that is especially prone to being cut apart by the endonuclease enzyme DNase I, which breaks down DNA into smaller fragments by cleaving phosphodiester bonds. These sites tend to be near active genes, which are regularly transcribed. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dnase I Hypersensitivity Site

DNA writhing
DNAa gene
DNAb gene
DNAe gene
DNAf gene
DNAg gene
DNAh gene
DNAi gene
DNAj gene
DNAk gene
DNAl gene
DNAq gene
DNAse
DNAse footprinting
DNAse i
DNAse i hypersensitivity site
DNAse i sensitivity
DNAt gene
DNB
DNC
DND
DNE
DNF
DNOP
DNP
DNQ
DNQs
DNR
DNS
DNU

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