Gene

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gene expression   (la expresion genica)

changes in gene expression, changes in motility behavior).

This prevents even low levels of inappropriate gene expression.

In fish, Hox gene expression regulates mechanisms for tooth initiation.

gene encodes   (codifica el gen)

This gene encodes a homolog of Drosophila prickle.

This gene encodes a member of the apyrase protein family.

This gene encodes a member of this family.

gene therapy   (terapia de genes)

This use is especially relevant to human gene therapy.

Two efforts being studied are the use stem cells and gene therapy.

Biotechnology has also enabled emerging therapeutics like gene therapy.

gene family   (familia de genes)

"SURF2" is a member of the surfeit gene family.

A gene cluster is part of a gene family.

The olfactory receptor gene family is the largest in the genome.

gene flow   (flujo de genes)

There was some gene flow from Morocco into Iberia.

It is not known when gene flow between the subspecies ceased.

Residual gene flow between them (and between the two (or more?)

gene transfer

Horizontal gene transfer seems to be common among many microbes.

They also typically undergo low rates of horizontal gene transfer (HGT).

Endosymbiotic gene transfer is how we know about the lost chloroplasts in many CASH lineages.

gene is located

The gene is located on the q arm of chromosome 2.

The human "GATA1" gene is located on the short (i.e.

This gene is located on chromosome 1 at 1q31.1.

gene pool   (reserva genética)

With others, they amount up to around 20% of the gene pool.

It also reported an open pan- genome showing a vast diversity of the gene pool.

All organisms on Earth are descended from a common ancestor or ancestral gene pool.

gene product

"NF1" was cloned in 1990 and its gene product neurofibromin was identified in 1992.

It comprises 18 exons and spans 45 kb, and the protein gene product contains 839 amino acids in mature form.

Unlike single gene disorders, diseases caused by aneuploidy are the result of improper gene dosage, not nonfunctional gene product.

human gene

There are no paralogs of the human gene LOC100287387.

This use is especially relevant to human gene therapy.

This sequence is partially complementary to the human gene PCNX1.

gene regulation   (regulación génica)

This form of gene regulation is called enzyme induction.

C-rich DNA regions are common in gene regulation portions of the genome.

The effects of amphetamine on gene regulation are both dose- and route-dependent.

gene transcription   (transcripción génica)

It binds to nuclear receptors that regulates gene transcription.

al held that miRNAs display a pattern of up-regulation on gene transcription together with AGO2 and FXR1.

NamiRNAs are able to promote global gene transcription by binding their targeted enhancers in whole genome level.

gene encoding

The gene encoding neutrophil elastase, ELA2, consists of five exons.

In humans, a gene encoding INMT is determined to be located on chromosome 7.

Collagen, type XXII, alpha 1 COL22A1 is a human gene encoding for collagen.

receptor gene

The 5-HT receptor gene is found on the X-chromosome, Xq24.

The olfactory receptor gene family is the largest in the genome.

The V1a vasopressin receptor gene is a mechanism most widely studied.

gene cluster   (grupo de genes)

The distance between each gene in the gene cluster can vary.

A gene cluster is part of a gene family.

In the case where a gene cluster is duplicated, some genes may be lost.

horizontal gene

They also typically undergo low rates of horizontal gene transfer (HGT).

There are concerns that horizontal gene transfer to other bacteria could have unknown effects.

The gene encoding the cholera toxin was introduced into "V. cholerae" by horizontal gene transfer.

gene products

"gli1" and "gli2" transcription is activated by Shh, and their gene products act as transcriptional activators for their own expression and for targets downstream of Shh signaling.

Ranaviruses are large icosahedral DNA viruses measuring approximately 150 nm in diameter with a large single linear dsDNA genome of roughly 105 kbp which codes for around 100 gene products.

The presence of the gene does not guarantee it will be expressed at appropriate levels in the target tissue so methods that look for and measure the gene products (RNA and protein) are also used.

horizontal gene transfer

They also typically undergo low rates of horizontal gene transfer (HGT).

There are concerns that horizontal gene transfer to other bacteria could have unknown effects.

The gene encoding the cholera toxin was introduced into "V. cholerae" by horizontal gene transfer.

single gene

Each of the single gene defects is rare, with more than 200 in all described.

In bumblebees, sex is actually determined by a single gene locus with many alleles.

In its simplest form, Goodwin's oscillator involves a single gene that represses itself.

suppressor gene   (gen supresor)

Studies suggest this is a tumor suppressor gene.

It can behave as a tumour suppressor gene.

PTEN is a tumor suppressor gene that is involved in cellular signalling.

gene belongs

This gene belongs to the subfamily of small cytokine CC genes.

The protein encoded by this gene belongs to the EGR family of CysHis-type zinc finger proteins.

This gene belongs to a family of putative cation channels that are specific to spermatozoa and localize to the flagellum.

gene are associated

Mutations in this gene are associated with progressive myoclonic epilepsy type 5.

Mutations in the "PLEKHG5" gene are associated with distal spinal muscular atrophy type 4.

Some mutations in this gene are associated with methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase deficiency.

gene mutations

She keeps a lab blog, where they document the important gene mutations they have discovered so far.

[10] Studies on SOX3 gene mutations have demonstrated that it plays a role in parathyroid development.

It is used for the treatment of cystic fibrosis (CF) in people six years and older, who have specific gene mutations.

gene duplication   (duplicación de genes)

It postulates that gene clusters were formed as a result of gene duplication and divergence.

Ohno theorized that the origin of new genes during evolution was dependent on gene duplication.

When gene duplication occurs to produce a gene cluster, one or multiple genes may be duplicated at once.

receptor gene family   (familia de genes receptores)

The olfactory receptor gene family is the largest in the genome.

defective gene   (gen defectuoso)

They have no symptoms but may pass down the defective gene to their children.

Since horses with only one copy of the defective gene were normal, the mutation was labeled "e" or sometimes "E".

Genetic engineering could potentially fix severe genetic disorders in humans by replacing the defective gene with a functioning one.

olfactory receptor gene   (gen del receptor olfativo)

The olfactory receptor gene family is the largest in the genome.

tumor suppressor gene   (gen supresor tumoral)

Studies suggest this is a tumor suppressor gene.

PTEN is a tumor suppressor gene that is involved in cellular signalling.

It is caused by genetic mutations in the Von Hippel–Lindau tumor suppressor gene.

gene contains

In most people, Exon 3 of the gene contains a sequence of 20 polyalanine repeats.

The gene contains an open reading frame (ORF) of 8,133 nucleotides, coding for 2,710 amino acids.

The "CLU" gene contains nine exons and expresses three isoforms alternatively-spliced at the first exon.

gene on chromosome   (gen en el cromosoma)

It, in humans, is encoded by the "PGAM5" gene on chromosome 12.

In humans, clusterin is encoded by the "CLU" gene on chromosome 8.

Myeloperoxidase Myeloperoxidase (MPO) is a peroxidase enzyme that in humans is encoded by the "MPO" gene on chromosome 17.