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Figure 2.9 Enhancer region modularity . Figure 2.10 Modular transcriptional regulatory regions using Pax6 as an activator . Figure 2.11 RNA polymerase is stabilized on the promoter site of the DNA by transcription factors recruited by the enhancers.

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Figure 2.9 Enhancer region modularity


Figure 2.10 Modular transcriptional regulatory regions using Pax6 as an activator


Figure 2.11 RNA polymerase is stabilized on the promoter site of the DNA by transcription factors recruited by the enhancers


Figure 2.12 Stereoscopic model of Pax6 protein binding to its enhancer element in DNA


Figure 2.16 Silencers. Analysis of β-galactosidase staining patterns in 11.5-day embryonic mice


Figure 2.13 Pancreatic lineage and transcription factors


Zhou et al.


Figure 2.3 Nucleosome and chromatin structure (Part 1)


Figure 2.3 Nucleosome and chromatin structure (Part 2)


Figure 2.3 Nucleosome and chromatin structure (Part 3)


Figure 2.14 Three-dimensional model of the homodimeric transcription factor MITF (one protein in red, the other in blue) binding to a promoter element in DNA (white)


Figure 2.15 Model for the role of the “pioneer” transcription factor Pbx in aligning the muscle-specific transcription factor MyoD on DNA


Figure 2.17 Methylation of globin genes in human embryonic blood cells


Figure 2.18 DNA methylation can block transcription by preventing transcription factors from binding to the enhancer region


Figure 2.24 Roles of differential RNA processing during development


Figure 2.26 Some examples of alternative RNA splicing


Figure 2.27 Alternative RNA splicing to form a family of rat α-tropomyosin proteins


Figure 2.28 The Dscam gene of Drosophila can produce 38,016 different types of proteins by alternative nRNA splicing


Figure 2.31 Degradation of casein mRNA in the presence and absence of prolactin


Figure 2.34 Hypothetical model of the regulation of lin-14 mRNA translation by lin-4 RNAs


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