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CHAPTER 11 Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes Copyright 2008 © W H Freeman and Company
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CHAPTER OUTLINE 11.1 Transcriptional regulation in eukaryotes: an overview 11.2 Lessons from yeast: the GAL system 11.3 Dynamic chromatin and eukaryotic gene regulation 11.4 Enhancers: cooperative interactions, combinatorial control, and chromatin remodeling 11.5 Genomic imprinting 11.6 Chromatin domains and their inheritance
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The MSL complex enhances gene expression on the X chromosome Chapter 11 Opener
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The first cloned mammal Figure 11-1
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Overview of transcriptional regulation Figure 11-2
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Promoter-proximal elements precede the promoter of a eukaryotic gene Figure 11-3
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Promoter-proximal elements are necessary for efficient transcription Figure 11-4
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Model Organism Yeast Model Organism: Yeast
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Model Organism Yeast Model Organism: Yeast
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The Gal pathway Figure 11-5
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Transcriptional activator proteins bind to UAS elements in yeast Figure 11-6
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Transcriptional activator proteins are modular Figure 11-7
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Transcriptional activator proteins may be activated by an inducer Figure 11-8
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Figure 11-9 Transcriptional activator proteins recruit the transcriptional machinery
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The structure of chromatin Figure 11-10a
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The structure of chromatin Figure 11-10b
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Chromatin remodeling exposes regulatory sequences Figure 11-11
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Modified histone tails protrude from the nucleosome Figure 11-12
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Unformatted text preview: Histone deacetylation can turn off gene transcription Figure 11-13 Enhanceosomes help recruit the transcriptional machinery Figure 11-14 Enhanceosomes recruit chromatin remodelers Figure 11-15 Enhanceosomes recruit chromatin remodelers Figure 11-15 part 1 Enhanceosomes recruit chromatin remodelers Figure 11-15 part 2 Enhanceosomes recruit chromatin remodelers Figure 11-15 part 3 Combinations of regulatory proteins control cell types Figure 11-16 Enhancer-blocking insulators prevent enhancer activation Figure 11-17 Model for how enhancer-blocking insulators might work Figure 11-18 Genomic imprinting requires insulators Figure 11-19 Unusual inheritance of imprinted genes Figure 11-20 Steps required for imprinting Figure 11-21 Mating-type switching is controlled by recombination of DNA cassettes Figure 11-22 Gene silencing is caused by the spread of heterochromatin Figure 11-23 Some genes enhance or suppress the spread of heterochromatin Figure 11-24 Heterochromatin may spread farther in some cells than in others Figure 11-25 Barrier insulators stop the spread of heterochromatin Figure 11-26 Different mechanisms of dosage compensation Figure 11-27 Inheritance of chromatin states Figure 11-28 A model for the inheritance of DNA methylation Figure 11-29...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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