The initial description of genomes organization has consisted in the separation between regulatory and protein-coding DNA stretches. This simple and elegant model has supported the “one region-one function” theory: a genome is a linear arrangement of functional elements interspersed with nonfunctional regions. Recently the advances in transcriptomics technologies have shown that a genomic region can be used for different purposes and that functional elements can co-locate in the same region of the genome.
|Titolo:||UCHL1 protein synthesis upon rapamycin treatment involves its antisense RNA trough embedded SINEB2 repeat|
|Data di pubblicazione:||24-gen-2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||8.1 PhD thesis|