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An Intergenic region is a stretch of DNA sequences located between clusters of genes that contain few or no genes. Occasionally some intergenic DNA acts to control genes close by, but most of it has no currently known function. It is one of the DNA sequences collectively referred to as junk DNA, though it is only one phenomenon labeled such and in scientific...
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Intergenic region summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, ... Analysis of 16S-23S intergenic spacer regions of the rRNA operons ...
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This suggests that intergenic transcripts are subject to functional constraints ... In general, intergenic transcripts tend to be expressed at low levels, sometimes ...
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Footprints cover ~20% of intergenic regions, often occur in clumps and are rare ... In order to find orthologous intergenic regions, we searched for pairs of ...
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The 16S-23S rDNA intergenic spacer varies more significantly in size and ... Heterogeneity among 16S-23S rRNA intergenic spacers of species within the ` ...
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Encyclopedia information on Intergenic DNA ... name implies, intergenic DNA refers to ... Patterns of Evolutionary Constraints in Intronic and Intergenic DNA ...
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Upstream intergenic regions were mined from the genome sequences using a PERL ... Intergenic sequences can then be obtained by copy and pasting COGSearch ...
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As a comparison to the intergenic spacer locus and to assess linkage ... Two of the linked intergenic spacer and p66 genotypes were unique to species ...
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We generated a set of 66 intergenic sequences in Arabidopsis lyrata, a close ... The intergenic regions included transposable element (TE) remnants and regions ...
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more problematic for intergenic regions of plant nuclear genomes, because plant ... In theory orthologous intergenic data is valuable for studying ...
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Details on Gene Mutation, Intragenic, Intergenic, Point Mutations, Enzymatic Capacities, Normal Base Sequence, DNA Moleucle ... may be intragenic or intergenic. ...
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Arrows underline the three repetitive sequences found in this intergenic region. ... ( B) Schematic representation of the intergenic region. ...
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The Key to E. coli ... Dr. Sophie Bachellier has a webpage for the IRUs (Intergenic Repeat Units ) ... located in the intergenic regions of bacterial ...
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PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC ... Conserved intergenic sequences are identified by comparing the IGRs of the ...
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... searching the genome of E. coli for intergenic regions of high sequence identity ... Novel intergenic repeats of Escherichia coli K-12". Res. Microbiol. ...
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many intergenic regions would be too highly. conserved among the sensu stricto species to ... from S. cerevisiae that their intergenic sequences ...
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Intergenic sequences were randomly excised from all 24 chromosomes in the human ... training set included 12 000 intergenic fragments and 12 000 PET fragments. ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: DNA, Intergenic :: physiology :: [Noncoding sequences of the eukaryotic genome as an additional protection of genes from chemical mutagens] ...
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Characterization of the intergenic RNA profile at abdominal-A and Abdominal-B in ... These observations suggest that the intergenic RNAs may play a role in ...
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