gene expression

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Noun1.gene expression - conversion of the information encoded in a gene first into messenger RNA and then to a protein
organic phenomenon - (biology) a natural phenomenon involving living plants and animals
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ENPNewswire-September 3, 2019--UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI: Study discovers abnormal expression of genes in psychopathy
The findings showed that just a single session of endurance exercise - activities that increase breathing and heart rate such as walking, jogging, swimming - increased the expression of genes that are used to repair damaged DNA and helped remodel heart tissue.
When chromatin stress happens, disruption of the chromatin structure can lead to unwanted changes in gene expression, such as expression of genes when they are not supposed to or lack of gene expression when it should occur.
10,266,850, 10,227,611, 10,000,772 and 10,113,167, cover CRISPR-Cas9 compositions and methods useful to target and edit genes and to modulate expression of genes, in any setting, including within plant, animal and human cells, concluded UC.
Measurements of plasma Z-AAT levels, Z-AAT protein accumulation in the liver and expression of genes previously implicated in liver injury and development of fibrosis were taken.
By studying the expression of genes related to those controlling acidity in petunias, Koes' team identified two citrus genes, CitPH1 and CitPH5 which are highly expressed in sour varieties and weakly expressed in sweet-tasting varieties.
For instance, in bacteria and yeast, DNA damage such as pyrimidine dimers and single strand nicks do induce the expression of genes committed to DNA repair.
They also looked at expression of genes which control the circadian clock in the spinal cord and influence immune response, including inflammation, throughout the body.
In 1987, researchers discovered what would later be coined CRISPR, a tool that allows researchers to manipulate the expression of genes in cells, and therefore the characteristics of an organism.
The findings showed that just a single session of endurance exercise -- activities that increase breathing and heart rate such as walking, jogging, swimming -- increased the expression of genes that are used to repair damaged DNA and helped remodel heart tissue.
Interferons signal other cells to take action by turning on the expression of genes that inhibit viral replication, activate immune effector cells, and increase host defenses.