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HCAD, closing the gap between breakpoints and genes

Gap Gene Regulatory Dynamics Evolve along a Genotype Network

Cloning, sequencing and variability analysis of the gap gene from Mycoplasma hominis

Use of gap repair in fission yeast to obtain novel alleles of specific genes

The GapA/B Gene Duplication Marks the Origin of Streptophyta (Charophytes and Land Plants)

Properties of the Hansenula polymorpha-derived constitutive GAP promoter, assessed using an HSA reporter gene

DDGni: Dynamic delay gene-network inference from high-temporal data using gapped local alignment

Bridging the gap between transcriptome and proteome measurements identifies post-translationally regulated genes

A model for the expression of gap genes based on the Jeffreys-type equation

Alteration of gene conversion tract length and associated crossing over during plasmid gap repair in nuclease-deficient strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Evolution and Phylogenetic Utility of Alignment Gaps Within Intron Sequences of Three Nuclear Genes in Bumble Bees (Bombus)

Suppression of gap junctional intercellular communication via 5′ CpG island methylation in promoter region of E-cadherin gene in endometrial cancer cells

The GAP-Related Domain of Tuberin, the Product of the TSC2 Gene, is a Target for Missense Mutations in Tuberous Sclerosis

Homology-based gene structure prediction: simplified matching algorithm using a translated codon (tron) and improved accuracy by allowing for long gaps

Proteomic analysis of a neoplastic mouse lung epithelial cell line whose tumorigenicity has been abrogated by transfection with the gap junction structural gene for connexin 43, Gja1

 

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A class of Drosophila genes that control embryogenesis. Loss of function mutations result in the loss of contiguous body segments, and therefore gaps appear in the normal pattern of segmented structures in the embryo. See zygotic segmentation mutants.

Subjects: Chemistry — Genetics and Genomics.


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