Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Gene Regulation

Edited by Payam Behzadi

Shahr-e-Qods Branch, Islamic Azad University

Genes store life data and information in genetic language. In accordance with the Central Dogma, life data are located in DNA sequences in the format of genes and the information is transcribed into transient molecules of RNA and finally the coding RNAs are translated into proteins. But the role of RNAs is pivotal. In other words, gene regulation (including expression or suppression) is an amazing and vital process that is composed of two central networks; DNAs and RNAs. Today, the principal and fundamental role of RNA molecules is revealed and it is known that the regulation of genes is directly controlled by DNA and RNA molecules. The diversity of RNAs in different cells and in particular Eukaryotic cells explains the importance of RNAs in gene regulation.

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Gene RegulationEdited by Payam Behzadi

Published: March 13th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78432

ISBN: 978-1-78985-684-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-683-5

Copyright year: 2019

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442 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Gene Regulation, an RNA Network-Dependent Architecture

By Payam Behzadi and Lernik Issakhanian

110

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2. Temporal and Spatial Differential Expression of Glutamate Receptor Genes in the Brain of Down Syndrome

By Alejandra Rocio Rodríguez Ortiz, Mailyn Alejandra Bedoya Saldarriaga, Julio César Montoya Villegas and Felipe García-Vallejo

65

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3. Gene Activation by the Cytokine-Driven Transcription Factor STAT1

By Roswitha Nast, Julia Staab and Thomas Meyer

128

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4. Distinct E2F-Mediated Transcriptional Mechanisms in Cell Proliferation, Endoreplication and Apoptosis

By Hideyuki Komori, Ritsuko Iwanaga, Andrew P. Bradford, Keigo Araki and Kiyoshi Ohtani

139

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