Distribution and Patterns of CNSs in a Caenorhabditis gene family

Abstract

Conserved non-coding sequences (CNSs) are conserved sequences in genomes and often contain cis-regulatory elements such as transcription factor binding sites. The KCNK gene family proteins represent an ancient system of ionic regulation found in nearly all metazoan cell types. A conservative set of 33 genes from this family was derived by using structural… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bieda2004DistributionAP, title={Distribution and Patterns of CNSs in a Caenorhabditis gene family}, author={Mark Bieda and Colleen T. Webb}, year={2004} }