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Comment: C: Gene lengths: what does it measure?
... Transcription termination site being the end of the last exon transcribed, or when the RNA polymerase actually stops transcribing and dissociates from the 3' flanking sequence? ...
written 4.4 years ago by jcrapser10
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Gene lengths: what does it measure?
... Hello, I just have a basic question: I know the exact definition of a gene at the molecular level is fuzzy, but for the human reference genome/databases that use it, what does the length of the gene that they reported include? For instance, is gene length measured from the 5' UTR to 3'UTR, including ...
gene ensembl gene length written 4.4 years ago by jcrapser10 • updated 4.4 years ago by Emily_Ensembl21k
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Answer: A: What protein structure do human proteins refer to?
... Okay - thanks for the help guys! So generally studies and textbooks will be referring to the "wild-type" version of the protein unless the explicitly state otherwise. So, for instance, a CD4 polymorphism exists in some populations, and while technically that is a CD4 protein, generally when people d ...
written 4.6 years ago by jcrapser10
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What protein structure do human proteins refer to?
... Hello, I have a question about the semantics of different possible versions of proteins. In mice, a particular protein will have a given amino acid sequence, so when I talk about say Il-10 in C57/Bl6 mice it's referring to a specific primary structure. My confusion is about the human correlate of t ...
forum written 4.6 years ago by jcrapser10

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