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A repressor is a DNA-binding protein that regulates the expression of one or more genes by decreasing the rate of transcription. This blocking of expression is called repression.
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The lac repressor is a DNA-binding protein which inhibits the expression of genes coding for proteins involved in the metabolism of lactose in bacteria. It is active in the absence of lactose, ensuring that the bacterium only...
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The lac operon and its repressor illustrate the effects of negative regulation ... When the lac repressor protein is bound to the promotor on the lacZYA operator, ...
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Definition of repressor from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Isolation of Lambda Phage Repressor ... No one, however, had isolated the repressor nor did they know any of its physical properties. ...
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Lac Repressor Binding to DNA. for the Atlas of Macromolecules in Protein Explorer ... 1OSL: Lac repressor bound to nonspecific DNA 18-mer. ...
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The Repressor is an armored personnel carrier, used by the Adeptus Arbites and ... Retrieved from "http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Repressor" ...
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Morph of the lac repressor bending DNA as binding changes from non-specific to ... Each repressor targets a specific co-regulated group of genes by recognizing a ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on repressor (biochemistry), ...gene in a functional unit called an operon. Ultimately, the activity of the operon is ...
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Genetics: repressor gene (encodes for regulatory protein) ... Gilbert, Walter: isolation of repressor molecule ... Repressor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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Pronunciation of repressor. repressor synonyms. repressor usage examples and repressor quotes. ... Second, a transcriptional repressor of IL-2 signaling ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... Copper transport repressor CopY/TcrY ... Crystal structures of the BlaI repressor from Staphylococcus aureus and its ...
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Easy-to-use, talking glossary of genetic terms, produced by the National Human Genome Research Institute. ... Clinical Gene Therapy Branch, defines repressor. ...
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Information about repressor in the free online English dictionary and ... repressor (r-prsr) ... repressor - an agent that represses. represser ...
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What is repressor? Meaning of repressor medical term. What does repressor mean? ... repressor /re·pres·sor/ (-pres'er) in genetics, a substance ... repressor ...
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