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cryptic gene


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cryptic gene

cryptic gene

Cryptic splice sites and split genes

Polycistronic gene expression in yeast versus cryptic promoter elements

A Cryptic Melibiose Transporter Gene Possessing a Frameshift from Citrobacter freundii

Activation of cryptic 3′ splice sites within introns of cellular genes following gene entrapment

Evolution of cryptic gene pools in Hypericum perforatum: the influence of reproductive system and gene flow

Cryptic intron activation within the large exon of the mouse polymeric immunoglobulin receptor gene: cryptic splice sites correspond to protein domain boundaries

Rate Acceleration and Long-branch Attraction in a Conserved Gene of Cryptic Daphniid (Crustacea) Species

Cryptic Speciation and Recombination in the Fungus Paracoccidioides brasiliensis as Revealed by Gene Genealogies

The wbpM gene in Pseudomonas aeruginosa serogroup O17 resides on a cryptic copy of the serogroup O11 O antigen gene locus

The β-glucoside genes of Klebsiella aerogenes: conservation and divergence in relation to the cryptic bgl genes of Escherichia coli

Construction of a new cloning vector utilizing a cryptic plasmid and the highly expressed melanin-synthesizing gene operon from Streptomyces castaneoglobisporus

Identification of a promoter region on the Halomonas elongata cryptic plasmid pHE1 employing the inaZ reporter gene of Pseudomonas syringae

Gene Genealogies, Cryptic Species, and Molecular Evolution in the Human Pathogen Coccidioides immitis and Relatives (Ascomycota, Onygenales)

Cryptic Xp duplication including the SHOX gene in a woman with 46,X, del(X)(q21.31) and premature ovarian failure

Regional rearrangements in chromosome 15q21 cause formation of cryptic promoters for the CYP19 (aromatase) gene

Profound Biotinidase Deficiency Caused by a Point Mutation That Creates a Downstream Cryptic 3′ Splice Acceptor Site Within an Exon of the Human Biotinidase Gene

Characterization of disease-associated mutations affecting an exonic splicing enhancer and two cryptic splice sites in exon 13 of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator gene

 

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A gene that has been silenced by a single nucleotide substitution, that is present at a high frequency in a population, and that can be reactivated by a single mutational event.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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