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derepress

Saltos de línea: de|re¦press
Pronunciación: /ˌdiːrɪˈprɛs
 
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Definición de derepress en inglés:

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[with object] Biochemistry & Genetics
Activate (enzymes, genes, etc.) from an inoperative or latent state.
Example sentences
  • About 3% of yeast genes are derepressed in tup1 mutants, as determined by microarray analysis.
  • In addition, these mutations were able to derepress endogenous genes at HML.
  • Starvation for histidine derepresses the entire operon, the longest then known.

Derivados

derepression

1
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Indeed, guk1 and hpt1 mutants share several phenotypes (adenine derepression, purine excretion, and 8-azaguanine resistance).
  • The importance of the nucleosome in gene regulation is supported by the finding that mutations that alter intracellular levels of histones lead to transcriptional derepression of a variety of genes.
  • This model also predicts that deletion of the Set1 histone methyltransferase would lead to the derepression of subtelomeric genes.

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