However, transcriptional enhancer elements present in the intron
increase the basal activity of the [beta]-casein promoter.
Statistical analyses were conducted and correlation coefficients between different variables (total gene length, exon length and intron
length) were compared across taxa.
decussatus), and also one intron
at a histone 3 homologous gene in the Manila clam.
15) Finally, one of the RNA components of the spliceosome (snRNA U5) can functionally substitute for a particular portion of the group II intron
(ID3 subdomain stem-loop).
We believe that PEG- INTRON
is one of the most advanced medications to treat Hepatitis C on the market today.
Carrat and some of the other investigators reported receiving research grants or travel grants from and/or serving as a consultant to Schering-Plough, which markets Peg-Intron
A, and Rebetol.
Additionally, in February 2001 Schering-Plough launched PEG- INTRON
in the United States as a once-weekly monotherapy for the treatment of hepatitis C.
In July, the FDA approved a stand-alone package of Rebetol, which was previously available only in a package with Intron
A (marketed as Rebetron).
The safety and efficacy of REBETOL Capsules with interferons other than INTRON
A have not been established.
By distributing VFR's entire portfolio, INTRON
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Walter and colleagues spied on the splicing process by attaching fluorescent tags to exons on either side of an intron
in a short section of RNA they designed specifically for such studies.
Characterization (total gene length, intron
and exon number and length, ratio of coding nucleotides to total gene size, details of exons) of CD36 gene was done following information at the NCBI website.