Analysis of gene duplications in the G protein abundance and gene expression
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Analysis of gene duplications in the G protein abundance and gene expression by Adriano Marchese

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1993.

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches : negative.
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Open LibraryOL15475989M
ISBN 100315924012

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  Transcription: DNA to RNA. Transcription is the process of using DNA as a template to make an RNA molecule: The enzyme RNA polymerase reads the template strand of DNA and synthesizes an RNA molecule whose bases are complementary to the template strand of DNA.; RNA is synthesized 5′ –> 3′ (same direction as DNA synthesis); RNA polymerase reads the template strand of . A gene whose protein product inhibits cell division, thereby preventing the uncontrolled cell growth that contributes to cancer. ras gene A gene that codes for Ras, a G protein that relays a growth signal from a growth factor receptor on the plasma membrane to a cascade of protein kinases, ultimately resulting in stimulation of the cell cycle. PDF | Background: Maize experienced a whole-genome duplication event approximately 5 to 12 million years ago. Because this event occurred after | Find, read and cite all the research you need. The collinearity analysis showed high conservation and gene duplications with purifying selection. The type of duplications also varied in terms of gene numbers in PGs (10 dispersed, 1 proximal, 12 tandem, and 13 segmental, respectively) and PMEs (23 dispersed, 1 proximal, 16 tandem, and 7 Cited by: 2.

Start studying AP Bio Chapter Gene Expression: From Gene to Protein. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. A gene co-expression network is a group of genes whose level of expression across different samples and conditions for each sample are similar (Gardner et al., ). This network identifies similarly behaving genes from the perspective of abundance and infers a common function that can then be hypothesized to work on the same biological process. Adriano Marchese has written: 'Analysis of gene duplications in the G protein abundance and gene expression' 'Orphan G protein-coupled receptors' Asked in Scattergories and Words Starting with. Both the calcium-dependent protein kinases (CDPKs) and CDPK-related kinases (CRKs) play numerous roles in plant growth, development, and stress response. Despite genome-wide identification of both families in Cucumis, comparative evolutionary and functional analysis of both CDPKs and CRKs in Cucurbitaceae remain unclear. In this study, we identified CDPK and 56 CRK genes in total in six Cited by: 1.