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Survivin gene expression is transcriptionally regulated by wild type P53.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape for Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor Superfamily Member 4 (ACT35 Antigen or TAX Transcriptionally Activated Glycoprotein 1 Receptor or CD134 or TNFRSF4)
A similar example in Ciona embryos is suppression of Cdc25 activity in neural tube cells during neural tube closure; in this process, the Cdc25 gene may be regulated transcriptionally.
The mosquito studies suggest that both pathways (MVAP and JH-branch) are transcriptionally coregulated as a single unit, and catalytic activities for the enzymes of the MVAP and JH-branch also change in a coordinated fashion in the "active" and "inactive" CA [12] (Figure 6).
25] Even so, an ideal endpoint of treatment would be to achieve viral eradication with sustained HBsAg loss, with/without seroconversion to anti-HBs antibodies, as HBsAg is a surrogate marker for transcriptionally active cccDNA.
Transcriptionally active polymerase chain reaction (tap): High throughput gene expression using genome sequence data.
Polymerase chain reaction analysis (PCR) will be used to determine the absence of recombination or reassortment to test our hypothesis that y-irradiation is able to produce viruses that can induce livevirus-like immunological responses, remain transcriptionally active but unable to undergo replication or recombination.
Both of these types of epigenetic modifications work together to remodel the chromatin and partition the genome into two different functional domains-transcriptionally active regions collectively known as euchromatin and transcriptionally inactive regions collectively called heterochromatin.
Microsomal and alpha-class glutathione transferases were also induced transcriptionally.
Cleary ML, Sklar J: Nucleotide Sequence of a t(14;18) chromosomal breakpoint in follicular lymphoma and demonstration of a breakpoint -cluster region near a transcriptionally active locus on chromosome 18.
Thyroid hormones transcriptionally regulate the b1-qdrenergic receptor gene in cultured ventricular myocytes.