Meaning of cleavable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkliːvəb(ə)l/


See cleave

‘For instance, the phage repressors from λ, P22, phage 434 or Φ80 all contain a cleavable internal site within the C-terminal domain.’
  • ‘The cleavable complex is not thought to collapse spontaneously and is fully reversible.’
  • ‘Spiroff reports cleavable masses of black calcite, with the color probably due to inclusions of chalcocite or tenorite.’
  • ‘It is frequently seen in fine-grained, compact, and/or cleavable masses.’
  • ‘The MspI site is therefore polymorphic and can be detected as a cleavable amplified polymorphic sequence marker.’