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The availability of the complete genomic sequence of yeast now enables elucidation of molecular mechanisms governing gene expression patterns. New results from the yeast genome and recent advances in predicting and finding human promoters support the use of similar combinatorial approaches to study genome-wide transcriptional regulation in humans.
The nucleus accumbens, a site within the ventral striatum, plays a prominent role in mediating the reinforcing effects of drugs of abuse, food, sex, and other addictions. Indeed, it is generally believed that this structure mandates motivated behaviors such as eating, drinking, and sexual activity, which are elicited by natural rewards and other strong(More)
BACKGROUND The majority of prostate cancers (CaP) are detected in early stages with uncertain prognosis. Therefore, an intensive effort is underway to define early predictive markers of CaP with aggressive progression characteristics. METHODS In order to define such prognostic markers, we performed comparative analyses of transcriptomes of well- and(More)
Formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) prostate specimens are rich sources of molecular pathological information. However, FFPE-based microarray analysis of tissue samples may be hampered by the degradation and chemical alteration of RNA molecules due to the preservation procedure. In this report, we employed a probe analyses of Affymetrix oligonucleotide(More)
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