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11/10/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Regulation of Gene Expression Chapter 18 PowerPoint Lectures for Biology 8th edition Neil Campbell and Jane Reece Lectures by Chris Romero, updated by Erin Barley with contributions by Joan Sharp
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11/10/10 Concept 18.2: Eukaryotic gene expression can be regulated at any stage All organisms must regulate which genes are expressed at any given time In multicellular organisms gene expression is essential for cell specialization Almost all the cells in an organism are genetically identical Differences between cell types result from differential gene expression , the
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11/10/10 Differential Gene Expression Liver Cell Retina Ganglia Cell
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11/10/10 Regulation of Gene Expression Three general categories of regulation: Regulation of chromatin structure Regulation of transcription initiation Post-transcriptional regulation Generally characteristic of eukaryotic cells and not prokaryotic cells b/c of the complexity of eukaryotic cells
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11/10/10 Gene expression is regulated at many stages
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11/10/10 Regulation of Euk Gene Expression
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