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Genetics is the branch of science concerned with genes, heredity, and variation in living organisms. It seeks to understand the process of trait inheritance from parents to offspring, including the molecular structure and function of genes, gene behaviour in the context of a cell or organism (e.g. dominance and epigenetics), gene distribution, and variation and change in populations.

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Eukaryotic genomes may exhibit up to 10 generic classes of gene promoters Age Of Mythology, Tissue Types, Optical Character Recognition, Structure And Function, Gene Expression, Transcription, The Cell, Coincidences, Kappa

Eukaryotic genomes may exhibit up to 10 generic classes of gene promoters

The main function of gene promoters appears to be the integration of different gene products in their biological pathways in order to maintain homeostasis. Generally, promoters have been classified in two major classes, namely TATA and CpG. Nevertheless, many genes using the same combinatorial formation of transcription factors have different gene expression patterns. Accordingly, we tried to ask ourselves some fundamental questions: Why certain genes have an overall predisposition for…

Promoter distributions in several human tissues. Human Tissue, Tissue Types, Optical Character Recognition, Structure And Function, Gene Expression, Genetics, Promotion, This Or That Questions, Types Of Tissue

Eukaryotic genomes may exhibit up to 10 generic classes of gene promoters

The main function of gene promoters appears to be the integration of different gene products in their biological pathways in order to maintain homeostasis. Generally, promoters have been classified in two major classes, namely TATA and CpG. Nevertheless, many genes using the same combinatorial formation of transcription factors have different gene expression patterns. Accordingly, we tried to ask ourselves some fundamental questions: Why certain genes have an overall predisposition for…

Image-based promoter patterns of genes classically associated with and Structure And Function, Transcription, Type 1 Diabetes, Genetics, Promotion, Patterns, Image, Block Prints, Pattern

Structural Properties of Gene Promoters Highlight More than Two Phenotypes of Diabetes

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published in the last decade raised the number of loci associated with type 1 (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) to more than 50 for each of these diabetes phenotypes. The environmental factors seem to play an important role in the expression of these genes, acting through transcription factors that bind to promoters. Using the available databases we examined the promoters of various genes classically associated with the two main diabetes phenotypes. Our…

Distribution of and gene promoters. Structure And Function, Transcription, Genetics, Promotion

Structural Properties of Gene Promoters Highlight More than Two Phenotypes of Diabetes

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published in the last decade raised the number of loci associated with type 1 (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) to more than 50 for each of these diabetes phenotypes. The environmental factors seem to play an important role in the expression of these genes, acting through transcription factors that bind to promoters. Using the available databases we examined the promoters of various genes classically associated with the two main diabetes phenotypes. Our…

Redristribution of promoters according to IDM and Structure And Function, Transcription, Autoimmune, Genetics, Diabetes, Promotion, Diabetic Living

Structural Properties of Gene Promoters Highlight More than Two Phenotypes of Diabetes

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published in the last decade raised the number of loci associated with type 1 (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) to more than 50 for each of these diabetes phenotypes. The environmental factors seem to play an important role in the expression of these genes, acting through transcription factors that bind to promoters. Using the available databases we examined the promoters of various genes classically associated with the two main diabetes phenotypes. Our…

General distribution of the three phenotypes. Structure And Function, Transcription, Autoimmune, Genetics, Diabetes, Diabetic Living

Structural Properties of Gene Promoters Highlight More than Two Phenotypes of Diabetes

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published in the last decade raised the number of loci associated with type 1 (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) to more than 50 for each of these diabetes phenotypes. The environmental factors seem to play an important role in the expression of these genes, acting through transcription factors that bind to promoters. Using the available databases we examined the promoters of various genes classically associated with the two main diabetes phenotypes. Our…

Schematic overview of the promoter analysis. Structure And Function, Environmental Factors, Transcription, The Cell, Genetics, Type 1, Diabetes, Behavior, Promotion

Structural Properties of Gene Promoters Highlight More than Two Phenotypes of Diabetes

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published in the last decade raised the number of loci associated with type 1 (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) to more than 50 for each of these diabetes phenotypes. The environmental factors seem to play an important role in the expression of these genes, acting through transcription factors that bind to promoters. Using the available databases we examined the promoters of various genes classically associated with the two main diabetes phenotypes. Our…

Promoter distributions in several species. Tissue Types, Optical Character Recognition, Structure And Function, Gene Expression, Transcription, Genetics, Promotion, This Or That Questions, Red Color

Eukaryotic genomes may exhibit up to 10 generic classes of gene promoters

The main function of gene promoters appears to be the integration of different gene products in their biological pathways in order to maintain homeostasis. Generally, promoters have been classified in two major classes, namely TATA and CpG. Nevertheless, many genes using the same combinatorial formation of transcription factors have different gene expression patterns. Accordingly, we tried to ask ourselves some fundamental questions: Why certain genes have an overall predisposition for…