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Microarrays and transcription networks [electronic resource] / [edited by] M. Frances Shannon, Sudha Rao.

Contributor(s): Shannon, M. Frances | Rao, Sudha.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Molecular biology intelligence unit: Publisher: Georgetown, Tex. : Landes Bioscience : Eurekah.com, c2006Description: 1 online resource (130 p.) : ill. (some col.).ISBN: 1429407972 (electronic bk.); 9781429407977 (electronic bk.); 1601294999 (electronic bk.); 9781601294999 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Genetic regulation | Gene expression | DNA microarrays | Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis -- methods | Gene Expression Regulation -- genetics | Regulatory Elements, Transcriptional -- genetics | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Genetics & Genomics | S�equen�cage par oligonucl�eotides en batterie | R�egulation de l'expression des g�enes | G�enes r�egulateurs | R�egulation g�en�etique | Expression g�eniqueGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Microarrays and transcription networks.DDC classification: 572.8/65 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Microarrays and gene regulation networks in yeast / Mark D. Temple ... [et al.] -- Transcription regulatory networks in yeast cell cycle / Nilanjana Banerjee and Michael Q. Zhang -- Transcriptional regulatory networks from yeasts to humans / Gabriella Rustici and Kevin Gardner -- Identification of mammalian E2F regulatory networks using DNA microarray hybridization analyses / Matthew J. Oberley and Peggy J. Farnham -- The Nuclear Factor-kB gene regulatory network / Bing Tian and Allan R. Brasier.
Transcriptional networks in mammalian gene regulation / Klaus H. Kaestner -- Deciphering regulatory networks controlled by the NF-kB transcription Factor c-rel in T Cells / Sudha Rao ... [et al.] -- Transcriptional profiling of the hepatic growth response / Linda Greenbaum -- Transcriptional responses to DNA damage : systems-level delineation by functional genomics / Ran Elkon ... [et al.] -- Elucidating gene regulatory networks underlying complex phenotypes : genetical genomics and Bayesian network / Yan Cui.
Summary: While every cell of an organism has an identical genomic content, extremely complex networks exist to tailor the genomic output to the needs of that cell. This program of gene expression is different for every cell type and stage of development. In addition, the cell can respond to its environment by modulating its gene expression program in a fairly dramatic manner. For many decades gene transcription has been investigated in systems from bacteria to mammalian cells and along the way many landmark findings have set new paradigms that often apply across wide evolutionary distances. Studying in.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Microarrays and gene regulation networks in yeast / Mark D. Temple ... [et al.] -- Transcription regulatory networks in yeast cell cycle / Nilanjana Banerjee and Michael Q. Zhang -- Transcriptional regulatory networks from yeasts to humans / Gabriella Rustici and Kevin Gardner -- Identification of mammalian E2F regulatory networks using DNA microarray hybridization analyses / Matthew J. Oberley and Peggy J. Farnham -- The Nuclear Factor-kB gene regulatory network / Bing Tian and Allan R. Brasier.

Transcriptional networks in mammalian gene regulation / Klaus H. Kaestner -- Deciphering regulatory networks controlled by the NF-kB transcription Factor c-rel in T Cells / Sudha Rao ... [et al.] -- Transcriptional profiling of the hepatic growth response / Linda Greenbaum -- Transcriptional responses to DNA damage : systems-level delineation by functional genomics / Ran Elkon ... [et al.] -- Elucidating gene regulatory networks underlying complex phenotypes : genetical genomics and Bayesian network / Yan Cui.

While every cell of an organism has an identical genomic content, extremely complex networks exist to tailor the genomic output to the needs of that cell. This program of gene expression is different for every cell type and stage of development. In addition, the cell can respond to its environment by modulating its gene expression program in a fairly dramatic manner. For many decades gene transcription has been investigated in systems from bacteria to mammalian cells and along the way many landmark findings have set new paradigms that often apply across wide evolutionary distances. Studying in.

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