- Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway
- Genetics 380
- chapter 11
Last Modified: 2011-05-27
Related Textbooks:Genetics: Analysis of Genes and Genomes
(2) RNA processing (alternative splicing)
(3) mRNA stability
(4) translational regulation
(5) post-translational control (enzyme activity, activation, stability, etc)
(6) DNA rearrangements (sequence rearrangements, as in immune system genes or position effect)
**GENES ALWAYS TURNED ON
(opens = set of genes that map in a cluster)
**aka polar mutations
(o^c + i^-)
**cAMP = cofactor for CAP protein; aka "CRP"-cAMP receptor protein
*low levels of glucose = higher levels of cAMP in the cell...activates CAP protein + lac operon is switched on
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