late gene

late gene

[′lāt ‚jēn]
(genetics)
Any gene expressed after the onset of deoxyribonucleic acid replication in viruses or eukaryotes.
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The likes of Sigourney Weaver, the late Gene Wilder and Damien Hirst have all been seen paying a visit.
The late Gene Wilder plays Dr Frankenstein's grandson, who creates a monster by reanimating a corpse.
Leading Centennial investors were Rick Ferguson, Little Rock residential developer, 33.26 percent; the late Gene Cauley, former Little Rock attorney, 32.74 percent; and Steve Wortman, president of Little Rock's Kaufman Lumber Co., 12.33 percent.
Since that time, Hogan opened WWE Crown Jewel in November, and returned on RAW in January to pay tribute to the late Gene Okerlund.
A plaque there honors the late Gene Shoemaker, who pioneered the idea that craters like Tswaing result from impacts.
My friend the late Gene Hill, one of the 20th century's great gun writers and storytellers, wrote of killing snow geese in Texas with a .410, selecting only close geese and shooting lead shot.
Peacefully surrounded by his loving family on 11 April, Bill dear husband of the late Gene. Precious dad to Pauline and Graham and a proud grandfather and greatgrandfather.
Marc has also collaborated with the likes of the late Gene Pitney, famed Bowie producer Tony Visconti and legendary tunesmith Burt Bacharach.
As I pulled carrots and plucked beans one muggy evening, I thought of my favorite author, the late Gene Logsdon, who first got me thinking in this direction.
(None of the properties are contiguous.) Musk converted one of his other Bel Air properties, formerly owned by the late Gene Wilder, into a private homeschooling set-up for his five children, along with some associates' children.
Paramount Pictures pushed back the film's release in time for the 50th anniversary celebration of the late Gene Roddenberry's original series.
Dearly loved son of the late Gene and the late Sadie, much loved brother, brother-in-law and uncle.