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eBook Post-Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression (Nato ASI Subseries H:) ePub

by John E.G. McCarthy,Mick Tuite

  • ISBN: 354051774X
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: John E.G. McCarthy,Mick Tuite
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (February 22, 1991)
  • Pages: 652
  • ePub book: 1991 kb
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Control of IS10 Transposase Expression: Antisense RNA Binding and Other Conformational Changes Affecting Messenger RNA Stability and Translation.

Control of IS10 Transposase Expression: Antisense RNA Binding and Other Conformational Changes Affecting Messenger RNA Stability and Translation. Nato ASI Subseries H: Series Volume.

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Описание: Many important cellular processes rely on posttranscriptional control of gene expression.

Control of Gene Expression John . Описание: Many important cellular processes rely on posttranscriptional control of gene expression. Several introductory chapters discuss the general principles of translation and mRNA stability. The interactions of mature mRNA with the translational machinery, the components of mRNA degradation and antisense RNA are surveyed.

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Published January 1991 by Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

Control of Gene Expression. John E G McCarthy, Mick F Tuite. Differential mRNA stability controls relative gene expression within a polycistronic operon. Site-specific endonucleolytic cleavages and the regulation of stability of E. coli ompA mRNA. jar Melefors, Alexander von Gabain. Sarah F Newbury, Noel H. Smith, Christopher F. Higgins.

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2 Possible controls on gene expression Only a few of these controls are likely to be important for any one gene

2 Possible controls on gene expression Only a few of these controls are likely to be important for any one gene. Menos frequente em mrnas nucleares. Alterações específicas. Ex: desaminação de citosinas e adenosinas.

Three prime untranslated regions and microRNAs. Translational regulation. Regulation of gene expression refers to the control of the amount and timing of appearance of the functional product of a gene. Control of expression is vital to allow a cell to produce the gene products it needs when it needs them; in turn, this gives cells the flexibility to adapt to a variable environment, external signals, damage to the cell, and other stimuli. More generally, gene regulation gives the cell control over all structure and function, and is the basis for cellular differentiation, morphogenesis and the versatility and adaptability of any organism.

The last ten years have witnessed a remarkable increase in our awareness of the importance of events subsequent to transcriptional initiation in terms of the regulation and control of gene expression. In particular, the development of recombinant DNA techniques that began in the 1970s provided powerful new tools with which to study the molecular basis of control and regulation at all levels. The resulting investigations revealed a diversity of post-transcriptional mechanisms in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Scientists working on translation, mRNA stability, transcriptional (anti)termination or other aspects of gene expression will often have met at specialist meetings for their own research area. However, only rarely do workers in different areas of post-transcriptional control/ regulation have the opportunity to meet under one roof. We therefore thought it was time to bring together leading representatives of most of the relevant areas in a small workshop intended to encourage interaction across the usual borders of research, both in terms of the processes studied, and with respect to the evolutionary division prokaryotes/eukaryotes. Given the breadth of topics covered and the restrictions in size imposed by the NATO workshop format, it was an extraordinarily difficult task to choose the participants. However, we regarded this first attempt as an experiment on a small scale, intended to explore the possibilities of a meeting of this kind. Judging by the response of the participants during and after the workshop, the effort had been worthwhile.