Ribozyme



noun
1.
a segment of RNA that can act as a catalyst.
noun
1.
an RNA molecule capable of catalysing a chemical reaction, usually the cleavage of another RNA molecule

ribozyme ri·bo·zyme (rī’bə-zīm’)
n.
A strand of RNA that attaches to specific sites on other RNA strands and lyses the strands.

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