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controlling elements

controlling elements

Transterm: a database of mRNAs and translational control elements

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Control of genes for conjugative transfer of plasmids and other mobile elements

Kinetic Controls on the Partitioning of Trace Elements Between Silicate and Sulfide Liquids

Review focus series: sarcomeric proteins as key elements in integrated control of cardiac function

Core Elements of Hospital Antibiotic Stewardship Programs From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Control elements within the PWS/AS imprinting box and their function in the imprinting process

G-quadruplexes as novel cis-elements controlling transcription during embryonic development

The Trypanosomatid Leptomonas Collosoma 7SL RNA Gene. Analysis of Elements Controlling Its Expression

Co-ordination of signalling elements in guard cell ion channel control

Control elements of Dnmt1 gene are regulated in cell-cycle dependent manner

Mapping clinical phenotype data elements to standardized metadata repositories and controlled terminologies: the eMERGE Network experience

Type-II Major-Surface-Glycoprotein Family of Pneumocystis carinii under the Control of Novel Expression Elements

fdrMotif: identifying cis-elements by an EM algorithm coupled with false discovery rate control

Accumulation and fractionation of rare earth elements (REEs) in wheat: controlled by phosphate precipitation, cell wall absorption and solution complexation

Numerical approximation of the boundary control for the wave equation with mixed finite elements in a square

Examining the minimal required elements of a computer-tailored intervention aimed at dietary fat reduction: results of a randomized controlled dismantling study

 

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A class of genetic elements that renders target genes unstably hypermutable, as in the Dissociation-Activator system of corn (q.v.). They include receptors and regulators. The receptor element is a mobile genetic element that, when inserted into the target gene, causes it to become inactivated. The regulator gene maintains the mutational instability of the target gene, presumably by its capacity to release the receptor element from the target gene and thus return that locus to its normal function. See transposable elements.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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