The structural genes encoding A and B subunits, ctxA and ctxB, are arranged so that the ctxA cistron
precedes ctxB (13).
Organism (Organism, OrgName, CHRO, DBReference, Description) Cistron
(CistronID, C_Name, Organism, Symbol)
He argues that the gene is best understood not as a single protein sequence (or cistron
) at a single locus on a chromosome, responsible for the synthesis of a single protein chain, but as a retroactively identified "cause" of any given phenotypic effect:
Em varios estudos envolvendo fungos, o cistron
que codifica o RNA ribossomal (rDNA) tem sido utilizado para estudos de sistematica molecular e filogenia.
Polymorphisms of the 5' leader cistron
of the human [[beta].sub.2]-adrenergic receptor regulate receptor expression.
The internal transcribed spacers (ITSs) of nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA) is one of the most extensively sequenced molecular markers, and the region is a component of a rDNA cistron
, which consists of 18S, ITS1, 5.8S, ITS2 and 28S.
the nuclear ribosomal cistron
to compare populations of C.
'When a geneticist speaks of a gene "for" red eyes in Drosophila, he is not speaking of the cistron
which acts as a template for the synthesis of the red pigment molecule.
Prior to that he was chairman and CEO of Cistron
British biotechnology firm Celltech has announced plans to take over an American competitor, Cistron
, pour USD25 million.
The results follow news that Celltech was buying US-based Cistron
Biotechnology for just short of pounds 12 million.
Furthermore, hybridization analysis has shown that all three chromosomes contain repeats of the rRNA cistron
(consisting of 18S-5.8S-28S-5S rRNA genes) and several downstream ORFs, each of which occupy about 12 kb.
Plants transformed with a cistron
of a potato virus Y protease (NIa) are resistant to virus infection.
Sequences of 2 regions of the nuclear ribosomal cistron
(ITS2 and 28S) and a single mitochondrial gene (COI) independently grouped our O.