gene regulation

gene reg·u·la·tion

control of protein synthesis by means of activation or inhibition of that protein synthesis.
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T cell development and response to pathogens is driven by regulated transcription and translation, However the mechanisms orchestrating this gene regulation are largely unknown, And are likely provide novel opportunities for therapeutic intervention.
US-based genome editing, gene therapy, gene regulation and cell therapy technologies developer Sangamo Therapeutics, Inc.
The second part of the book deals with specific biological processes and the role played by gene control in their regulation, covering areas such as cellular signaling processes, the regulation of gene expression in development, and gene regulation in inherited and infectious diseases.
Cell and gene benefits include: cell-2-cell communication optimization via SiRT-1 stimulation; collagen gene regulation via ADAMTS2 expression; cell regeneration and longevity via stem cell revitalization and protection; and anti-senescence and MicroRNA regulation.
Sangamo BioSciences Inc (Nasdaq: SGMO), a company focused on the research and development of novel DNA-binding proteins for therapeutic gene regulation and genome editing, yesterday reported its financial results for the six months ended June 30, 2013.
Bacterial gene regulation and transcriptional networks.
We are delighted to complete this financing and have this consortium of investors join us in our mission to transform the field of gene regulation," said Chad Mirkin, co-founder of AuraSense Therapeutics.
Sangamo BioSciences develops novel DNA-binding proteins for therapeutic gene regulation and modification.
Underlying brain development is the complex and coordinated process of gene regulation.
The author decided to revise the work based on the continuing advances in gene regulation and how they now provide an understanding of the processes involved and an analysis of how genes operate in biological systems.
says, "If you understand the structure and the mechanism of how RNA polymerase works, it will help yon understand gene regulation," which in turn is "hugely important" to studies of disease.
Utilizing specialized supercomputers and vast quantities of GNI proprietary gene regulation data from human cells, the Center is capable of quickly analyzing the regulatory networks across the human genome that determine responses to drugs and drug candidates.