We have searched the human genome for genes encoding new proteins that may be involved in three nuclear gene expression processes: transcription, pre-messenger RNA splicing and polyadenylation. A plethora of potential new factors are implicated by sequence in nuclear gene expression, revealing a substantial but selective increase in complexity compared with Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans. Although the raw genomic information has limitations, its availability offers new experimental approaches for studying gene expression.

Expressing the human Genome / Tupler, Rossella; G. PERINI, G.; M. R., Green. - In: NATURE. - ISSN 0028-0836. - STAMPA. - 409:(2001), pp. 382-383.

Expressing the human Genome

TUPLER, Rossella;
2001

Abstract

We have searched the human genome for genes encoding new proteins that may be involved in three nuclear gene expression processes: transcription, pre-messenger RNA splicing and polyadenylation. A plethora of potential new factors are implicated by sequence in nuclear gene expression, revealing a substantial but selective increase in complexity compared with Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans. Although the raw genomic information has limitations, its availability offers new experimental approaches for studying gene expression.
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Expressing the human Genome / Tupler, Rossella; G. PERINI, G.; M. R., Green. - In: NATURE. - ISSN 0028-0836. - STAMPA. - 409:(2001), pp. 382-383.
Tupler, Rossella; G. PERINI, G.; M. R., Green
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