promoter sequences

promoter sequences

A length of DNA at the start of a gene to which molecules called transcription factors bind in order to control the activity of the gene either by blocking or increasing the production of messenger RNA.
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Next, the human, monkey, horse, cattle, and mouse promoter sequences were aligned to search for conserved transcription factor binding elements.
Validation of novel promoter sequences derived from two endogenous ubiquitin genes in transgenic Aedes aegypti .
Bioinformatics analysis of the promoter sequences and potential transcription factor binding sites within the 5' regulatory region of CcSox5, CcSox6 and CcSox13 were performed using the online program MatInspector (http://www.genomatix.de/matinspector.html).
Burrows, "A role for the fifth G-track in G-quadruplex forming oncogene promoter sequences during oxidative stress: Do these "spare tires" have an evolved function?" ACS Central Science, vol.
Hence, identifying promoter sequences of camel HSPA6 will allow us to better understand the gene regulation and may provide information for developing additional thermo-sensing vectors.
Analysis of the fowlpoxviras gene encoding the 4b core polypeptide and demonstration that it possesses efficient promoter sequences. Virology.
Many intact promoter sequences are found throughout the genome, however, and CpG methylation of LINE-1 is used by many as a surrogate marker of whole genome methylation levels (37).
Subsequent studies revealed that Salmonella's diphasic agglutination stage was due to promoter sequences inversion containing DNA sequences that control expression of flagellar biosynthesis genes.
Thijs et al., "PlantCARE, a database of plant cis-acting regulatory elements and a portal to tools for in silico analysis of promoter sequences," Nucleic Acids Research, vol.
The analysis of independent transgenic lines using histochemical GUS staining method indicated that the CbCOR15a promoter sequences from -305 to -149, CbCOR15b promoter sequences from -207 to -128 is as necessary for gene expression of low temperature regulated.
ClustalW the most common software for multiple sequence alignment is used for aligning promoter sequences and BaseML from the Paml package used for ancestral sequence reconstruction [47].
Interestingly, the promoter sequences of the A- and B-blocks are conserved in bacterial tRNA genes, and bacterial tRNA genes can serve as templates for eukaryotic RNAP III [11].