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Primase

primase
(Science: enzyme) The enzyme that polymerises nucleotide triphosphates to form oligoribonucleotides in a 5′ to 3′ direction. The enzyme synthesises the rNA for RNA dNA sequences that later become okazaki fragments and also rNA primers for some types of phage using an sDNA template.


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