Includes bibliographies and index.
|Series||Biological regulation and development, v. 1, Biological regulation and development -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Goldberger, Robert F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 558 p. ill. (1 col.) ;|
|Number of Pages||558|
The Psychobiology of Gene Expression illustrates, step-by-step, how to facilitate the natural four-stage creative process on all levels from mind to molecule in our daily work of building a better brain. The book demonstrates how we can use our consciousness and our perception of free will to co-create ourselves in cooperation with tangoloji.com by: Jul 05, · This book attempts to explain the underlying concepts and principles routinely used in analysis of gene expression data. The book should be accessible by statisticians, computer scientists, and students of bioinformatics who want a grounding in 4/5(2). The book includes timelines and examples for each expression system, and provides an overview of the future of recombinant protein expression. Show less Gene Expression Systems: Using Nature for the Art of Expression offers detailed information on a wide variety of gene expression systems from an array of organisms. The symposium related gene structure and regulatory sequences to overall genomic organization and genetic evolution. It was the first meeting to focus on regulation of eukaryotic gene expression since the maturation in recombinant DNA technology. The book is organized into four parts.
Aug 01, · Although elementary concepts of gene expression are described in all general molecular biology textbooks, the depth of coverage is often rather limited and recent discoveries are sometimes not adequately taken into consideration. Gene Expression Patterns is devoted to the rapid publication of high quality studies of gene expression in development. Studies using cell culture are also suitable if clearly relevant to development, e.g., analysis of key regulatory genes or of gene sets in the maintenance or differentiation of stem cells. Determining the pattern and timing of gene expression can be accomplished by replacing the coding portion of the gene under study with a reporter gene. In most cases, the expression of the reporter gene is then monitored by tracking the fluorescence or enzymatic activity of its protein product (pp. –).Cited by: The cellular processes that control the rate and manner of gene expression. Gene expression Gene expression is the process by which the genetic code - the nucleotide sequence - of a gene is used to direct protein synthesis and produce the structures of the cell. Genes that code for amino acid sequences are known as 'structural genes'.
Gene expression is the first stage of a process that decodes what the DNA holds in a cell. It is the expression of a gene that gives rise to a protein. How does gene expression occur? Genetic expression is a complex process. It is regulated by a series of mechanisms. Gene expression begins with transcription of DNA, giving rise to messenger RNA (mRNA). This volume provides experimental and bioinformatics approaches related to different aspects of gene expression analysis. Divided in three sections chapters detail wet-lab protocols, bioinformatics approaches, single-cell gene expression, highly multiplexed amplicon sequencing, multi-omics techniques, and targeted sequencing. The book shows how these heritable mechanisms allow individual cells to establish stable and unique patterns of gene expression that can be passed through cell divisions without DNA mutations, thereby establishing how different heritable patterns of gene regulation control cell differentiation and organogenesis, resulting in a distinct human organism with a variety of differing cellular functions and . The information stored as DNA becomes useful when it is expressed in the production of RNA and proteins. This rich and complex topic is the subject of several chapters later in this book, but here we introduce the basics of gene expression. DNA can be thought of as archival information, stored and manipulated judiciously to minimize damage (mutations).Author: Jeremy M Berg, John L Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer.