gene activation

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gene ac·ti·va·tion

the process of activation of a gene so that it is expressed at a particular time. This process is crucial in growth and development.
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We will study gene regulation mechanisms and quantify cis versus trans regulation of gene expression on a genome wide scale.
The company is expanding its commercial activities in the gene therapy sector by seeding the development of new candidate gene therapies for the treatment of numerous pathologies, where tight and effective regulation of gene expression is key to the success of the therapy.
These results are important because methylation, as one of the mechanisms of the regulation of gene expression, affects what genes are turned on, which has implications for the development of smoking-related diseases," Stephanie J.
Kevin Morris will discuss several examples of antisense lncRNA directed regulation of gene expression from various diseases model systems ranging from Cancer to HIV to Cystic Fibrosis.
An active form of B12 called methylcobalamin, or methyl B12, supports normal brain development by its control through a process known as epigenetic regulation of gene expression.
This textbook for biology students, scientists, and clinicians explains the regulation of gene expression in eukaryotes.
In cell engineering and tissue biology research, the use of pulsed lasers to stimulate cells has emerged as a powerful technique for enabling selective gene transfection, drug injection or the regulation of gene expression.
The results obtained from present study will be helpful to study the role of p68 in regulation of gene expression in humans in future.
01) such as regulation of cellular macromolecule biosynthetic process, regulation of macromolecule biosynthetic process, regulation of cellular biosynthetic process, regulation of biosynthetic process and regulation of gene expression (Table 2, Figure 4).
Other RNAs that are not protein templates, including lncRNAs, arc also created by transcription, but despite their important roles in in regulation of gene expression, development and disease, scientists knew little about how lncRNA transcription is initiated or where most lncRNA genes reside in the genome.
In the current study, researchers from the Working Group on Intragenomic Conflict at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) integrated evolutionary theory with recent advances in the molecular regulation of gene expression and androgen-dependent sexual development to produce a biological and mathematical model that delineates the role of epigenetics in homosexuality.
The new report examines epigenetics, which refers to a selective regulation of gene expression within different cells that does not affect the genomic makeup of the Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) sequence.

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