Definition of Encodes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of encode) ¹



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Definition of Encodes

1. encode [v] - See also: encode

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encodes

enclouds
enclude
encluded
encludes
encluding
enclusion
encoach
encoached
encoaches
encoaching
encodable
encode
encoded
encoder
encoders
encodes (current term)
encoding
encodings
encoffin
encoffined
encoffiner
encoffining
encoffinment
encoffinments
encoffins
encoignure
encolden
encoldened
encoldening
encoldens

Literary usage of Encodes

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1. Gene Expression in Algae and Fungi Including Yeast: Bibliography January by Janet Saunders, Robert D. Warmbrodt (2001)
"... which encodes the major coat protein, and ORF2, which encodes a single-stranded RNA-binding protein having a sequence diagnostic of viral RNA- dependent ..."

2. The Neuroscience of Mental Health: A Report on Neuroscience Research edited by Stephen H. Koslow (1997)
"Inactiva- tion of a mouse gene called tenascin, which encodes an ... Neither does inactivation of the fly gene, fasciclin-1, which encodes a cell surface ..."

3. Report of the Surgeon Generals Workshop on Children With HIV Infection And edited by Benjamin K. Silverman, Anthony Waddell (1987)
"The gag gene encodes for structural proteins of the virus, including the p24 molecule, which is the most abundant polypeptide of the virion and which is ..."

4. Biotechnology: Plant Nutrition: A Bibliography, January 1988-April 1993 by Janet Saunders (1994)
"The nitrogen regulatory gene nit-2 encodes a regulatory protein that may bind to target DNA sequences via a zinc finger element, cys- 3, the positive sulfur ..."

5. Biotechnology: Ti-Plasmids and Other Plan Vectors: Bibliography January 1993 by Raymond Dobert (1996)
"59 NAL Call No: 442.8 Z34 A gene, SMP2, involved in plasmid maintenance and respiration in Saccharomyces cerevisiae encodes a highly charged protein. ..."

6. Molecular Neurobiology: Proceedings of the Second Nimh Conference by Steven Zalcman (1995)
"... which encodes a 63 amino acid peptide, is 95% identical to the Drosophila Gas G-protein subunit. Gas has been shown to activate adenylate cyclase in ..."

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