This happened to me once. The window was off track, can't understand how that happened but you need to take the inside door panel off and look to see if that's the case. Then twist the glass till you can slide it off the lever that raises and lowers the glass, manuver it back into the tracks (not exactly easy for someone who hasn't done it before, at least it wasn't for me). Then slide the lever back into the poing on the glass that holds it and replace the inside door panel. Ideally, that'll work and it did for me but replacing the glass into the tracks and getting the lever back in place was difficult for me. Hope that helps.
cytosine binds with guanine and adenine binds with thymine
ONCE THE CABLE COMES OFF ,YOU NEED TO REPLACED THE WHOLE WINDOW REGULATOR.
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In DNA replication, adenine binds with thymine. In RNA, adenine binds with uracil.
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guanine binds with cytosine in both RNA and DNA
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When RNA binds to DNA, A binds to U, T binds to A, C binds to G and G binds to C.Therefore the complementary RNA for the DNA sequence CCG-TAC is GGC-AUG.
It binds to origin of replication.
Calcium binds troponin.
It binds to a part of the tRNA which binds to methionine.
In DNA - adenine (A) binds to thymine (T) and cytosine (C) binds to guanine (G). In RNA - A binds to U and C binds to G.
binds means that to tie something or to kill someone
The active site is where the substrate binds.
A binds with T and C binds with G
GGAUGCACU C binds to G and A binds to U.
The halogen that binds quickly with calcium is fluoride
Cytosine always binds with guanine
When pairing DNA to DNA - A binds to T and C binds to G. However, in RNA, the T is replaced with U. Therefore when DNA pairs with mRNA - A binds to U, C binds to G and T binds to A.
Etymologically religion binds people to stay in a group- a herd instinct;then refinements follow religion binds you to your family. it binds you to your faith it binds you to ideologies. all acts of devotion---examples
a substrate binds with an enzyme on its active site
The substrate binds to the enzyme at the active site.
glycosidic linkage is the process to binds on monosaccharides to another.
Epitope, it is the part of the antigen that is recognized and binds by the antibodies.