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The process by which a protein catalytically cleaves

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Unformatted text preview: otic selector genes. homeotic selector genes Genes that specify the identity of each segment. The phenomenon whereby cells send out inhibitory signals to their neighbors so as to limit the number of cells with a lateral inhibition particular fate and ensure separate identities. Genes are genes that are responsible for dividing the embryo into cellular (7 in the case of Drosophila) stripes. They encode pair- rule genes transcription factors. Genes whose products divide each segment into anterior and posterior domains. They encode both transcription factors and segment polarity genes signaling molecules. The Levels Of Regulation Of Gene Expression In Development Title Description Reference The addition of an acetyl group to - amino groups of lysine, a acetylation frequently occurring modification of chromatin proteins. The process by which a protein catalytically cleaves a bond in autocatalytic cleavage its own structure. The sequence just upstream of the start site of the open reading frome of a gene where the transcriptional machinery basal promoter is assembled, usually including the TATA box. The addition of cholesterol or alcohols to the carboxy esterification terminus of a protein. A relatively uncompacted chromatin that is potentially open to euchromatin transcription. The addition of a glycosyl (carbohydrate) group to a protein, glycosylation which can be either N- linked or O- linked. A chromatin that is tightly packaged and inaccessible to heterochromatin transcription. methylation phosphorylation protein turnover splicing splice isoforms splicing protein turnover Title chemotaxis cont...
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