Hood's patents concern the regulatory sequence
of genes in the cupin family of proteins and methods of expressing and detecting activity of the protein expansion in plant cells.
The intron region contented some regulatory sequence
, may be involved in gene expression.
Caption: FIGURE 3: CpG island methylation of miR-326/[beta]arr-1 regulatory sequence
controls [beta]arr-1 and miR-326 expression.
Lead author and geneticist Axel Visel and colleagues studied published snake genomes, also looking at the Sonic hedgehog and a piece of DNA known as ZRS - Zone of Polarizing Activity Regulatory Sequence
. When the researchers inserted ZRS from other vertebrates and even fish into mice, the rodents developed normal limbs; when snake ZRS was inserted, the limbs were truncated.
Further study, using extensive sequencing of noncoding or regulatory sequence
of these genes, is warranted.
ABSTRACT A 717-bp 5'-flanking regulatory sequence
of the metallothionein gene in Crassostrea hongkongensis (ChMT) was isolated using anchored polymerase chain reaction.
The aiiA gene was introduced into Chinese cabbage through the pollen-tube pathway using the plasmid vector pBBBast-aiiA (7, 315 kb), which included aiiA gene, expression regulatory sequence
(CaMV 35S promoter, OCS terminator), the herbicide resistant Bar gene and other elements.
Other efficient software's being used to locate the promoter region are Dragon Promoter Finder Eponine Transcription Start Site finder NNPP Promoter Prediction are Regulatory Sequence
* Regulation of gene expression: the lactase persistence mutation occurs in a regulatory sequence
In such cases, GFP gene is inserted into the genome of organism in the region of DNA which codes for the target proteins, and is controlled by the same regulatory sequence
. In cells where the gene is expressed and the tagged proteins are produced, GFP is produced at the same time (7, 8).
In the present study for the mining of the regulatory sequence
of virulence genes of M.
For all ADH genes, researchers have identified regulatory sequence
elements (i.e., promoters) near the transcription start sites (Edenberg 2000).