“The downstream enhancer region, also referred to as the intergenic region between Avp and Oxt, contains three SNPs: A (+399) G with LABs carrying guanine and HABs adenine, T (+476) G with LABs carrying guanine and HABs thymine and C (+2444) A with LABs carrying adenine and HABs cytosine.”
“Avp and Oxt genes that are separated by 4 kbp, the so-called intergenic region differences in gene expression were only restricted to the former.”
“Following a hunch, postdoctoral scholar Andrzej Wierzbicki decided to take a closer look at the stretches of DNA that lie between genes, the so-called intergenic regions.”
“Colours indicate either a 1.5-fold to 2.0-fold (blue) or a more than 2.0-fold (red) increase in the size of intronic (coloured boxes) or intergenic (coloured lines) regions, in comparison with the chicken reference.”
“The correct relative sizes of predicted exons (black boxes), introns (white or coloured boxes) and intergenic regions (horizontal thick lines) permit direct comparisons (right).”
“What was found in those enlarged intergenic regions is a greater invasion of degenerate DNA sequences: lots of additional retrotransposons, like LINES and SINES, which are all junk DNA.”
“In this essay, I review a 2007 study by Debrah Thompson and Roy Parker “Cytoplasmic decay of intergenic transcripts in Saccharomyces cerevisiae”, Mol.”
“Furthermore, when they looked at where the mysterious transcripts are coming from, they are most frequently from regions of DNA near known genes, not just out of deep intergenic regions.”
“There clearly are still mysteries in there — they do identify a few novel transcripts that come up out of the intergenic regions — but they are small and rare, and the fact of their existence does not imply a functional role, since they could simply be byproducts of other processes.”
“At this point, we barely know even how the “genes” would “grow” a normal Purkinje neuron — let alone our very initial actual knowledge of the roles their intronic and intergenic regions play in physiological and/or pathological growth.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘intergenic’.
â€œthat which produces,â€
Gk. genÃ©s 'born, produced';
L. genus, 'kin')
What happens when you put a (former) English major at a bioinformatics and bioengineering summer institute? A list of wacky bio-words, of course!
Looking for tweets for intergenic.