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Gene Expression
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    • Gene expression is the process by which inheritable information from a gene, such as the DNA sequence, is made into a functional gene product, such as protein or RNA. Several steps in the gene expression process may be modulated, including the transcription step and translation step and the post-translational modification of a protein. A wide range of microorganisms produce invertase and can, thus, utilize sucrose as a nutrient...

    T. Elavazhagan. Expression of Eukaryotic Gene in E. coli

    • Gene Expression is the process by which a gene's coded information is translated into the proteins present and operating in the cell. Changes in gene expression are associated with many important biological phenomena, including morphogenesis and aging, cancer and disease states, and adaptive responses to the environment. The advent of high density microarrays, introduced by Schena et al. [1] in 1995, made it possible for the first time to measure the expression levels simultaneously of all or most of the genes in a given genome...

    Pankaj Kankaret al. MedMeSH Summarizer: Text Mining for Gene Clusters

    • Gene expression is a multistep process starting in the cell nucleus with the synthesis of the primary transcripts that undergo several modifications (including capping, splicing, and polyadenylation) leading to the export of the mature mRNAs into the cytoplasm for translation into proteins...

    Didier Auboeufet al. A Subset of Nuclear Receptor Coregulators Act as Coupling Proteins dur...

    • Gene expression is a stochastic, or ''noisy,'' process. This noise comes about in two ways. The inherent stochasticity of biochemical processes such as transcription and translation generates ''intrinsic'' noise. In addition, fluctuations in the amounts or states of other cellular components lead indirectly to variation in the expression of a particular gene and thus represent ''extrinsic'' noise...

    Peter S. Swainet al. Intrinsic and extrinsic contributions to stochasticity in gene express...

    • Gene expression can be defined as the conversion of information existing in a molecule of DNA into a mature RNA or protein product and each step in the process, which requires the concerted action of several macromolecules for completion, may be perturbed by the post-translational modification of specific proteins with ADP-ribose. The participation of poly(ADP-ribose) in the regulation of transcription initiation was examined using cell-free systems for both ribosomal RNA and ribosomal proteins...

    Peter Zahradkaet al. ADP-ribosylation and gene expression

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