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Organization and expression of globin genes [proceedings of the Second Conference on Hemoglobin Switching, held at Airlie House, Virginia, June 22-26, 1980]

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Published by A.R. Liss .
Written in English


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Number of Pages368
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Open LibraryOL8245545M
ISBN 100845102117
ISBN 109780845102114

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The organization and expression of globin genes edited by George Stamatoyannopoulos and Arthur W. Nienhuis. Allen R. Liss Inc. £/DM Author: J.D. Weatherall.   For some reason this organization that allows for a simple coordination of α- and β-globin genes expression was lost in evolution. Already in X. tropicalis, the α- and β-globin genes are mostly segregated (Fuchs et al. ).Cited by: 4. Features of Gene Structure, Organization, and Expression That Are Providing Unique Insights into Molecular Evolution and Systematics. Authors; Authors and affiliations The isolation of the ß-, ßc-. and y-globin genes and a presumptive embryonic globin ) Features of Gene Structure, Organization, and Expression That Are Providing Cited by: 8. The genes encoding the different globin chains of hemoglobin are members of an ancient gene family. In this chapter we will review the structural features of the globin genes, with particular attention to the sequences needed for proper regulation of gene expression.

The organization of alpha globin genes in normal human DNA was examined by restriction endonuclease mapping, alpha globin-specific fragments . Structure, Organization, and Expression of Genes Estimates of the total number of genes—the genome—in the nucleus of each cell of a crop plant or food animal range f to , It is indeed remarkable that methods can be devised to isolate one single gene from among the thousands in the genome and manipulate it in ways that. Organization of a β and α Globin Gene Set in the Teleost Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua Article (PDF Available) in Biochemical Genetics 47() August with 42 Reads. tion of genes and chromosomes at the molecular level. More recently, this has been supplemented by an in-depth understanding of the organization of the human genome at the level of its DNA sequence. These advances have come about in large measure through the applications of molecular genetics and genomics to many clinical situations, thereby File Size: 1MB.