locked nucleic acid

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locked nucleic acid (plural locked nucleic acids)

  1. (biochemistry, genetics) a synthetic form of RNA, in which the ribose is modified to be locked into a specific conformation by adding extra chemical bonding.

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  • LNA (abbreviation)

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