Transcriptional interference networks coordinate the expression of functionally related genes clustered in the same genomic loci

@inproceedings{Boldogki2012TranscriptionalIN,
  title={Transcriptional interference networks coordinate the expression of functionally related genes clustered in the same genomic loci},
  author={Zsolt Boldogk{\"o}i},
  booktitle={Front. Gene.},
  year={2012}
}
The regulation of gene expression is essential for normal functioning of biological systems in every form of life. Gene expression is primarily controlled at the level of transcription, especially at the phase of initiation. Non-coding RNAs are one of the major players at every level of genetic regulation, including the control of chromatin organization, transcription, various post-transcriptional processes, and translation. In this study, the Transcriptional Interference Network (TIN… CONTINUE READING
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