Definition of circularization in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsərkyələrəˈzāSHən/


(also British circularisation)

See circularize

‘Ira provided a very convincing argument that, after infection, late gene expression must require circularization of the injected DNA.’
  • ‘A large pool of DNA sequences was investigated by different authors, and their propensity to circularization was experimentally determined and predicted by theoretical approaches.’
  • ‘Direct evidence for RNA circularization is shown in this illustration.’
  • ‘Most Group I introns then simply catalyze their own circularization.’
  • ‘It was previously agreed that this will be dealt with by way of circularisation and a postal resolution.’