Misexpression

Mis`ex`pres´sion


n.1.Wrong expression.
References in periodicals archive ?
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi with Lebanese Prime Minister and Leader of the Future Movement, Saad Al Hariri in Cairo on March 8, 2015- Press Photo BEIRUT - 7 November 2018: Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri stressed in his Twitter account Wednesday that Egyptian-Lebanese relations are very strong and would not be disrupted by any misexpression. What binds Lebanon with Egypt is more stronger than any words that were wrongly expressed, Hariri said in his Twitter account, he added.
Replication competent avian leukokosis virus long terminal repeat with a splice acceptor (RCAS) is a replication-competent retroviral vector system that allows in ovo sustained misexpression of a gene of interest.
Gauthier et al., "Role of Brg1 and HDAC2 in GR trans-repression of the pituitary POMC gene and misexpression in Cushing disease," Genes & Development, vol.
Duijf, "In epithelial cancers, aberrant COL17A1 promoter methylation predicts its misexpression and increased invasion," Clinical Epigenetics, vol.
On the contrary, Fst misexpression in the epithelium leads to a reduction in the expression of Fgf3 and subsequently causes reduced proliferation and the size of LaCL [80].
Paradis, "TDP-43 misexpression causes defects in dendritic growth," Scientific Reports, vol.
Any malfunction in this sensor may result in the initiation of the rejection process via a misexpression with intestinal antibacterial peptides and other alterations in innate immune responses.
Targeted misexpression of a Drosophila opsin gene leads to altered visual function.
Misexpression of miR482, miR1512, and miR1515 increases soybean nodulation.
Misexpression and mutations in genes, altering the expression of ncRNAs, have shown to be involved in many disease conditions as discussed in the review; hence manipulation of ncRNAs is being experimented as a therapeutic approach in the field of pathology.
This includes establishing a detail map of candidates expressions to evaluate their place and time of action, and a phenotypic analysis of inactivation mutants and overexpressors to assess the consequences of gene misexpression on plant development.
Misexpression of the opaque-phase-specific gene PEP1 (SAP1) in the white phase of Candida albicans confers increased virulence in a mouse model of cutaneous infection.