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ÍSLENSKA
villuhneigt DNA-viðgerðarferli
ENSKA
error-prone DNA repair process
DANSKA
fejlbehæfted DNA-reparationsprocess
SÆNSKA
felbenägna reparationsprocess för DNA
FRANSKA
processus induisant des erreurs lors de la réparation de l´ADN, réparation de l´ADN induisant des erreurs
ÞÝSKA
fehlerhafter DNA-Reparaturprozess
Svið
lyf
Dæmi
[is] Margir prófunarstofnanna hafa ýmsa eiginleika sem gera þá viðkvæma með tilliti til stökkbreytinga og því henta þeir vel til að greina slíkar breytingar, m.a. vegna svargæfra DNA-raða á stöðum þar sem bakstökkbreyting á sér stað, aukins gegndreypis stórsameinda hjá frumum og vöntunar á DNA-viðgerðarkerfi eða vegna aukinnar villuhneigðar í DNA-viðgerðarferlum

[en] Many of the test strains have several features that make them more sensitive for the detection of mutations including responsive DNA sequences at the reversion sites, increased cell permeability to large molecules and elimination of DNA repair systems or enhancement of error-prone DNA repair processes.

Rit
[is] Reglugerð framkvæmdastjórnarinnar (EB) nr. 440/2008 frá 30. maí 2008 þar sem mælt er fyrir um prófunaraðferðir samkvæmt reglugerð Evrópuþingsins og ráðsins (EB) nr. 1907/2006 um skráningu, mat, leyfisveitingu og takmarkanir að því er varðar efni (efnareglurnar (REACH))

[en] Commission Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 of 30 May 2008 laying down test methods pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
Skjal nr.
32008R0440
Athugasemd
[en] Cells cannot function if DNA damage corrupts the integrity and accessibility of essential information in the genome (but cells remain superficially functional when non-essential genes are missing or damaged). Depending on the type of damage inflicted on the DNA''s double helical structure, a variety of repair strategies have evolved to restore lost information. If possible, cells use the unmodified complementary strand of the DNA or the sister chromatid as a template to recover the original information. Without access to a template, cells use an error-prone recovery mechanism known as translesion synthesis as a last resort. ... On some occasions, DNA damage is not repaired, or is repaired by an error-prone mechanism that results in a change from the original sequence. When this occurs, mutations may propagate into the genomes of the cell''s progeny (Wikipedia)

Aðalorð
DNA-viðgerðarferli - orðflokkur no. kyn hk.
ENSKA annar ritháttur
error prone DNA repair process