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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 2.9 Enhancer region modularity


Figure 2 10 modular transcriptional regulatory regions using pax6 as an activator

Figure 2.10 Modular transcriptional regulatory regions using Pax6 as an activator


Figure 2 9 enhancer region modularity

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


Figure 2 16 silencers analysis of galactosidase staining patterns in 11 5 day embryonic mice

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


Figure 2 13 pancreatic lineage and transcription factors

Figure 2.13 Pancreatic lineage and transcription factors


Zhou et al

Zhou et al.


Figure 2 3 nucleosome and chromatin structure part 1

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 2)


Figure 2 3 nucleosome and chromatin structure part 3

Figure 2.3 Nucleosome and chromatin structure (Part 3)


Figure 2 9 enhancer region modularity

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 9 enhancer region modularity

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 2.17 Methylation of globin genes in human embryonic blood cells


Figure 2 9 enhancer region modularity

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 2.24 Roles of differential RNA processing during development


Figure 2 26 some examples of alternative rna splicing

Figure 2.26 Some examples of alternative RNA splicing


Figure 2 27 alternative rna splicing to form a family of rat tropomyosin proteins

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


Figure 2 9 enhancer region modularity

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 2.31 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

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


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