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The Levels of Eukaryotic Gene Expression

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture The Levels of Eukaryotic Gene Expression by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Gene Regulation.


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    1. The UTRs play critical roles in ribosome binding, translation initiation, translation termination and post-transcriptional gene expressions.
    2. The UTRs help in the initiation of transcription process by guiding the RNA pol to bind at TATA box.
    3. The UTRs of mRNA help in the charging of tRNA with their respective amino acids.
    4. The UTRs of tRNA help in the exclusion of the exons to create an entirely functional mature mRNA molecule.
    5. The UTRs prevent the premature termination of replication and transcriptional processes.
    1. Proximal promoter ----- A binding site for RNA polymerase
    2. 5’ UTR ----- Ribosomal binding and initiation of translation
    3. 3’ UTR ----- Post-transcriptional gene expression regulation
    4. Core promoter ----- Minimum portion of promoter needed for initiation of transcription
    5. TATAAA sequence ----- Bind to TATA-binding proteins to assist RNA pol transcriptional complex

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     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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