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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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Eukaryotic intergenic DNA. From Wikipedia, the free ... Eukaryotic intergenic DNA is DNA located between functional genes on the eukaryotic chromosome. ...
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The regulatory content of intergenic DNA shapes genome architecture ... More intergenic DNA flanks bins of genes inferred to have greater regulatory ...
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Plant viral intergenic DNA sequence repeats with transcription enhancing activity ... DNA sequences from the intergenic regions of 29 geminiviruses or nanoviruses ...
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DNA, Intergenic information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other medical and health issues. ... of DNA, Intergenic ...
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Eukaryotic intergenic DNA This article is an orphan , as few or no other articles link to it. ... the Wikipedia article "Eukaryotic intergenic DNA". Read more ...
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Intergenic region summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, ... Occasionally some intergenic DNA acts to control genes close by, but most of it has no...
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BioInfoBank Library :: DNA, Intergenic :: [The intergenic region of the histone ... Computational Biology; Conserved Sequence; DNA, Intergenic; Gene Expression ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: DNA, Intergenic :: chemistry :: Ribosomal DNA ITS-1 intergenic spacer polymorphism in triatomines (Triatominae, Heteroptera). Streptococcus ...
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tial amounts of intergenic and in- tronic noncoding DNA in Dro- sophila are subject to primary ... to differ substantially among intergenic and intronic DNA, ...
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within intergenic and intronic DNA. Overall, less than. 30% of intergenic DNA appears to be constrained. Of ... The alternative explanation is that intergenic DNA in ...
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Plant viral intergenic DNA sequence repeats with transcription enhancing activity ... DNA sequences from the intergenic regions of 29 geminiviruses or nanoviruses ...
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What was once thought of as DNA with zero value in plants--dubbed junk DNA--may turn out to be key in helping ... workings of intergenic DNA, which is ...
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Is intergenic DNA random? Genes, or genic sequences, comprise about 25% of ... intergenic ... nucleotide pairs vary greatly between genic and intergenic DNA. ...
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... been perplexed by the workings of intergenic DNA, which is located between genes. ... that, among other functions, some intergenic DNA plays a physical role in ...
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... DNA of vast amounts of non-coding sequences called introns or intergenic DNA. ... Interestingly, a large portion of intron DNA consists of repeated segments. ...
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Dot Plots ... Chimpanzee hemoglobin intergenic DNA against spider monkey. ... Further more, this is intergenic DNA with no known function to selectively ...
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