Kinase, Biology

A kinase is in general an enzyme which catalyzes the transfer of the phosphate group from ATP to something else. In the molecular biology, it has acquired the more specific verbal use for the transfer onto DNA of the radiolabeled phosphate group. This would be done in order to use resultant "hot" DNA as a probe. 

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