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A regulatory sequence is a segment of DNA where regulatory proteins such as transcription factors bind preferentially. These regulatory proteins bind to short stretches of DNA called regulatory regions, which are appropriately positioned in the genome, usually a short...
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Regulatory regions summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, ... the Nonbinding Region of the Anthocyanin Regulatory Gene Ipmyb1 in ...
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ify in the genome the regulatory regions that confer temporal and spatial ... be advantageous to identify regulatory regions within genes of known ...
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The European ... Carboxypeptidase-like, regulatory region. Example proteins ... IPR014766 Carboxypeptidase, regulatory region 1211 - 1287. P03764 Side ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... The regulatory domain of the polymerase is ... IPR004102 Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase, regulatory region 662 - 798 ...
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... of the regulatory role played by chromatin organisation in the 5' region. ... The observation that the 5' regulatory regions of Hkg are less enriched in S ...
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... of this type is the 14 bp motif in the regulatory region of the β2-tubulin ... Did regulatory regions of retrogenes originate from their parental genes? ...
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... locus) in regulatory regions will, by definition, be upwardly biased ... that is presumably absent from the regulatory region of a broadly-expressed gene. ...
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REGULATORY REGION EXTRACTION. SEQUENCE ANALYSIS. ANALYSIS EXAMPLES. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS ... tools for mammalian gene regulatory region extraction and analysis are ...
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Kernels for gene regulatory regions. Jean-Philippe Vert. Geostatistics Center ... gene regulatory regions. These kernels allow us to incorporate prior ...
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regulatory sequence ( ′regyələ′törē ′sēkwəns ) ( cell and molecular ... Research to find all regulatory regions in the genomes of all sorts of organisms ...
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... Regulatory Elements. A gene consists of a transcriptional region and a regulatory ... The regulatory region can be divided into cis-regulatory (or cis-acting) ...
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Kernels for gene regulatory regions. Jean-Philippe Vert ... gene regulatory regions. These kernels allow us to incorporate prior knowledge about the ...
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These short sequences, or regulatory regions as they are known in the ... For each regulatory region, I will check to see if it is similar in several species. ...
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The regulatory region of the L-PK gene was surveyed in 3 individual experiments; Expt. ... 1, regulatory regions were surveyed in the sequence from bp –1467 to ...
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The viral regulatory region was found to exert a statistically significant ... Rearrangements in the 1E viral regulatory region were detected in 4 of 60 (6.7 ...
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applied mainly to gene regulatory region analysis. The data source is ... The paper describes recognition of the functional type of regulatory region using a ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Definition of Regulatory region. Regulatory region: A region of a chromosome that controls ...
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Sequencing of the regulatory regions for ftz, en and kni was done using ... We also used data for the regulatory regions of eve and hb already available in ...
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... locate and characterize regulatory regions in the human ... The Known reg column is from a set of 100 regulatory regions from the biological literature. ...
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