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Structural gene


A structural gene is a gene that codes for any RNA or protein product other than a regulatory factor . It may code for a structural protein, an enzyme, or an RNA molecule not involved in regulation.
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Aspects of the topic structural-gene are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References effect on blood groups ( in blood group: Blood groups and genetic linkage ) ...on the red cells from CDe/cde donors than on those of CDe/cDE people. The inheritance of the Rh system probably depends on the existence of operator genes, which turn the...
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An operon is a functioning unit of key nucleotide sequences of DNA including an operator, a common promoter, and one or more structural genes, which is controlled as a unit to produce messenger RNA (mRNA), in the process of transcription by an RNA polymerase.
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Structural gene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A structural gene is a gene that codes ... gene, the structural unit of inheritance in living organisms. ...
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Mouse protein-coding gene Eif2s3x. Represented by 612 ESTs from 166 cDNA libraries. ... initiation factor 2, subunit 3, structural gene X-linked. M. musculus ...
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operon ( ) n. A unit of genetic material that functions in a coordinated manner by means of an operator, a promoter, and one or more structural genes
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gene n. A hereditary unit consisting of a sequence of DNA that occupies a specific location ... gene, the structural unit of inheritance in living organisms. ...
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The structural genes and the respective regulatory sequences (promoters and terminators) which have been used as transgenes are summarised in the following sections.
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International Bio pharmaceutical Association Medical Terms ... A structural gene is a gene that codes for any RNA or protein product other than ...
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Operon - a cluster of structural genes that are expressed as a group and their ... and prevents the read through of RNA polymerase into the three structural genes. ...
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Patients with schizophrenia carry rare structural gene mutations that impact upon neurodevelopment pathways and may contribute to overall disease phenotype, say US ...
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... lactose, even though the structural genes themselves may be completely fine. ... This operon controls five structural genes which code for enzymes needed for the ...
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Regulation of structural gene expression in tobacco. Joseph C. Kamalay and Robert B. Goldberg ... RNA revealed that structural genes not utilized for the ...
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