cluster gene

cluster gene

[′kləs·tər ‚jēn]
(genetics)
A gene that codes for a multifunctional enzyme.
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The apolipoprotein (apo) AI-CIII-AIV cluster gene is one of such groups.
Using highly overexpressed cluster genes as a source, canonical signaling pathways were queried by Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA, QIAGEN, Redwood City, CA, http://www.qiagen.com/ingenuity).
We chose not to cluster genes according to changes in expression levels between day 4 and day 0 because we did not want to compare day 4 cells with uncultured mature adipocytes.
There were 17 genes involved in gene transcription, including 12 histone cluster genes. Six genes of DEGs in network participated in inflammatory and immune response.
Distance/correlation-based clustering methods cluster genes based on the distance/correlation among their expression profiles.
All the ST1 strains had the srtF cluster genes but, with the exception of 3 strains, not the srtG cluster genes.
aeruginosa strains were encoded by a single polycistronic m-RNA, denoting the presence of a single promoter region for the expression of the cluster genes.
Do Cluster genes based on the similarity of their expression values.
Our study determined the frequencies of IL-1 cluster genes in healthy individuals from Korea and compared then with the other populations reported.
Partially sequenced clones from the RP23 BAC library identified by database analysis as containing Cyp2a-t cluster genes were -430G14, -174D7, -113D13, and -353B5 [GenBank accession nos.
The c-abl proto-oncogene is translocated from chromosome 9 to the breakpoint cluster region on chromosome 22.[3,4] The c-abl and breakpoint cluster genes are juxtaposed in a head-to-tail configuration, creating a chimeric gene that is transcribed to an 8.5-kilobase mRNA and resulting in up-regulated tyrosine kinase activity.[5] Additional chromosomal abnormalities of clonal evolution precede the development of the blastic or acute phase in 70% to 80% of CML cases.