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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Identification of genes from flat oyster Ostrea edulis as suitable housekeeping genes for quantitative real time PCR.
However, we were not able to do so because mRNA expression of all of the three housekeeping genes we used showed strong changes in the RSV (60 mg/kg BW/day) treated group when compared with the control group.
Several researchers have characterized the housekeeping genes in some species and used viable strategies to check their stability.
MLST of housekeeping genes captures geographic population structure and suggests a European origin of Borrelia burgdorferi.
Housekeeping genes rpoB, gyrA, and parC were sequenced to demonstrate the taxonomic identification as described previously [3].
Similar to above, a significant correlation was also observed when another housekeeping gene, PSMB2 (ENSG00000126067) [22, 23], was used (Supplementary Figure S1); YWHAZ and PSMB2 were used because their expression levels were usually correlated with the expressions of several other housekeeping genes in various organ tissues (Supplementary Figure S2).
aureus isolates tested was determined using PCR amplification of internal fragments of the seven housekeeping genes of S.
Table 1: Housekeeping genes used as internal control for real time PCR analysis
The housekeeping genes are indicated by Qiagen since they do not present alterations on expressions in all the experiments.