genome organization

Energy-dependent epigenetic translation to mRNA stability (5)

Energy-dependent epigenetic translation to mRNA stability (4) From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior Small intranuclear proteins also participate in generating alternative splicing techniques of pre-mRNA and, by this mechanism, contribute to sexual differentiation in at least two species, Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans…. See also: The Supraspliceosome – A Multi-Task Machine for Regulated Pre-mRNA Processing in the Cell Nucleus Abstract conclusion: …changes in these regulatory processing activities are associated with human disease and cancer. These findings emphasize the supraspliceosome as…

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Explorers who do not know what is known (2)

See: Explorers who do not know what is known See also: Energy-dependent polycombic ecological adaptation Now see: The B/Z reaction, and the problem with peer review December 9. 2016 by John Leonard … oscillating chemical reactions predictable by mathematical formula are partially responsible for organizing cells to form organs, bone, and tissue. Alan Turing didn’t live to see the publication of evidence that would have validated his theory almost immediately. …when Belousov attempted to have his research published in 1951,…

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RNA-mediated silencing of a chromosome

The Xist lncRNA interacts directly with SHARP to silence transcription through HDAC3was reported as: How an RNA gene silences a whole chromosome Summary: “Researchers have discovered how an abundant class of RNA genes, called lncRNAs can regulate key genes. By studying an important lncRNA, called Xist, the scientists identified how this RNA gathers a group of proteins and ultimately prevents women from having an extra functional X-chromosome — a condition in female embryos that leads to death in early development.…

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