is matched to the corresponding DNA nucleotide in the gene. This nucleotide matching follows base-pairing rules very similar to the base-pairing rules in the DNA double helix, as shown in the table below. Complementary Nucleotides for Base-Pairing: between two strands of DNA between DNA and RNA (during transcription)
Mar 06, 2013 · The ability to deliver a gene of interest into a specific cell type is an essential aspect of biomedical research. Viruses can be a useful tool for this delivery, particularly in difficult to transfect cell types. Adeno-associated virus (AAV) is a useful gene transfer vector because of its ability to mediate efficient gene transduction in numerous dividing and quiescent cell types, without ...