Hereditary profiles of disorderly transcription?

  title={Hereditary profiles of disorderly transcription?},
  author={J. Simons},
  journal={Biology Direct},
  pages={9 - 9}
  • J. Simons
  • Published 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biology Direct
  • BackgroundMicroscopic examination of living cells often reveals that cells from some cell strains appear to be in a permanent state of disarray without obvious reason. In all probability such a disorderly state affects cell functioning.The aim of this study was to establish whether a disorderly state could occur that adversely affects gene expression profiles and whether such a state might have biomedical consequences. To this end, the expression profiles of the 14 genes of the proteasome… CONTINUE READING
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