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Chapter 16 – Control of Gene Expression 2011

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Chapter 16 – Control of Gene Expression (Sections 16.1 and 16.2 only) Learning Objectives: 1. To Understand that genes need to be controlled 2. To understand that most genes are controlled by regulating transcription 3. To understand that gene transcription is controlled by regulatory proteins called transcription factors
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Unformatted text preview: Types of Gene Control: Procaryotes Multicellular Eucaryotes Transcription Control and Regulatory Proteins Regulatory Proteins Share Common DNA Binding Motifs 1. Helix ‐ Turn ‐ Helix Motif 2. Zinc Finger Motif Leucine Zipper Motif...
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