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A gene family is a set of genes with a known homology. They are generally biochemically similar. Genes are categorized this way into families, depending on shared nucleotide or protein sequences.
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Chromosomal localization of the spiggin multi-gene family in threespine stickleback. Localization of the spiggin multi-gene family in LG IV (21,018,160–21,202,000 bp; ...
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... is encoded by a multi-gene family: Indication for plastidic localization of at least oneisoform ... multi-functional ACCase is expressed by a multi-gene ...
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Antibody-based proteomic analysis of the subtilisin multi-gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana ... to detect a large number of members of this multi-gene family. ...
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Patatins encoded by a multi-gene family are one of the major storage ... patatin multi-gene family in the potato were downloaded from the NCBI database ...
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Chromosomal localization of the spiggin multi-gene family in threespine stickleback. Localization of the spiggin multi-gene family in LG IV (21,018,160–21,202,000 bp; ...
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Gene,family,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms, ... Multi-gene family: A group of genes that are related by sequence homologies; ...
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Our data indicate that this is the major multi-gene family in malaria parasites. ... The discovery of several multi-gene families, implicated or potentially ...
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... between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and a multi-gene family exists in metazoa. In humans, five members of this family are currently known. ...
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... program, which converts multi-gene family trees to single-gene family trees. ... of single-gene family trees obtained from a multi-gene family tree is enormous. ...
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... Like Genes TIL3 and TIL4: Evidence for a Multi-Gene Receptor Family in Humans ... formation of Drosophila, is related to the I kappa B gene family of vertebrates. ...
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... Stephen Proulx studies gene families to explore how ... One path to diversity in a genome involves the proliferation of genes into multi-gene families. ...
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... multi-gene subsets were chosen, one upstream of the IGF receptor ( IGF family' ... differential expression of multi-gene sets ( IGF family' and IGF signaling ...
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Pfam is a large collection of protein families, represented by multiple ... isoforms of myosin heavy chains, coded for by a multi-gene family PUBMED:2806546. ...
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... is accelerated by all six members of the antiapoptotic BCL family " ... to clone members of a multi-gene family, homologous genes from different species, ...
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... bacterium Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis TAC 125: molecular characterization and gene cloning. Recombinant ... multi-gene family: isolation and ...
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... scientists discovered this large, multi-gene family, but had difficulty proving ... that a member of the multi-gene family first identified as encoding a putative ...
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... of repeated genes in a particular multi-gene family within a given species. ... might occur in which a multi-gene family on a particular chromosome first ...
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GbPAL belonged to a small multi-gene family. ... multi-gene family. Each member of the family ... small multi-gene family with two to six members, while its ...
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