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genic balance

genic balance

The percentage of bacterial genes on leading versus lagging strands is influenced by multiple balancing forces

Recent Selection Changes in Human Genes under Long-Term Balancing Selection

Nucleotide Polymorphism at a Gene (Pgi) under Balancing Selection in a Butterfly Metapopulation

Copy-Number Variation: The Balance between Gene Dosage and Expression in Drosophila melanogaster

Ribosomes in the balance: structural equilibrium ensures translational fidelity and proper gene expression

TRANSLUCENT GREEN, an ERF Family Transcription Factor, Controls Water Balance in Arabidopsis by Activating the Expression of Aquaporin Genes

Long-Term Balancing Selection at the West Nile Virus Resistance Gene, Oas1b, Maintains Transspecific Polymorphisms in the House Mouse

Polymorphisms in the CPB2 Gene Are Maintained by Balancing Selection and Result in Haplotype-Preferential Splicing of Exon 7

Allele Frequency–Based and Polymorphism-Versus-Divergence Indices of Balancing Selection in a New Filtered Set of Polymorphic Genes in Plasmodium falciparum

A fine balance: epigenetic control of cellular quiescence by the tumor suppressor PRDM2/RIZ at a bivalent domain in the cyclin a gene

Importin-β facilitates nuclear import of human GW proteins and balances cytoplasmic gene silencing protein levels

Gene expression differences in quiescent versus regenerating hair cells of avian sensory epithelia: implications for human hearing and balance disorders

Molecular Analysis of the Accessory Gene Regulator (agr) Locus and Balance of Virulence Factor Expression in Epidemic Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus auveus

Balancing protein similarity and gene co-expression reveals new links between genetic conservation and developmental diversity in invertebrates

Exome sequencing and functional analyses suggest that SIX6 is a gene involved in an altered proliferation–differentiation balance early in life and optic nerve degeneration at old age

 

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A mechanism of sex determination, originally discovered in Drosophila, that depends upon the ratio of X chromosomes to sets of autosomes (A). Males develop when the X/A ratio is 0.5 or less; females develop when the X/A ratio is 1.0 or greater; an intersex develops when the ratio is between 0.5 and 1.0. See Chronology, 1925, Bridges; metafemales, metamales, sex determination.

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