With many years of data analysis experience, CD Genomics provides you with various types of gene regulation analysis services, including gene expression regulation at the transcription level, post-transcription level and translation level, such as transcription factor, DNA methylation and other types of protein post-translational modification analysis at the transcription level, and non-coding RNA regulation at the post-transcriptional level, aiming to help you study the regulations at various factors at gene expression levels.
The regulations at gene expression is an important research content in the post-genomic era. Gene expression regulation includes regulations at transcription level, post-transcriptional level and translation level. The regulations at transcription level refers to changing the level of gene expression by changing the rate of transcription, which plays an important role in the accuracy and diversity of the transmission of genetic information. The transcriptional regulations at eukaryotes includes many forms, such as DNA methylation, histone modification, chromatin remodeling, transcription factors and so on. Eukaryotic gene transcription is carried out in the nucleus, while translation is carried out in the cytoplasm. Therefore, post-transcriptional regulation is another important aspect of gene expression regulation, which mainly includes RNA alternative splicing, RNA methylation, and a variety of regulatory RNA (miRNA), LncRNA, circRNA) involved in post-transcriptional regulation. In eukaryotes, gene regulation mainly occurs at the transcription level, but the synthesis of some proteins that are important for cell survival also occurs at the translation level. It mainly includes the stability of mRNA, the regulations at translation initiation, the role of initiation factors in translation-related factors, and the regulations at eukaryotic mRNA structure. With the increasing enrichment of genome sequence information, the continuous improvement of calculation methods and databases, the application of bioinformatics analysis will become increasingly widespread, and different types of gene regulation mechanisms will gradually be clarified.
The Biological Significance of Gene Regulation
In an organism, all cells carry the same genetic information and carry the same genes. However, the performance of a gene in different tissues and cells is not the same, which is determined by the gene regulation mechanism. The process of transferring genetic information from DNA to protein is called gene expression, and the regulations at this process is the regulations at gene expression. A cell produces only a small part of the protein at a specific moment, that is, only a small part of the gene in the genome is expressed. The gene regulation mechanism precisely controls the production quantity of each protein according to the functional requirements of each cell. The complete life process of an organism is the result of the various genes in the genome being switched on and off according to a certain temporal and spatial order. Therefore, all cells have a precise regulation mechanism for gene expression and protein synthesis.
Gene Regulatory Network
Fig 1. Gene regulatory network.
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Protein Post-Translational Modifications: Protein post-translational modifications (PTMs) increase the functional diversity of proteins through the covalent addition of functional groups or proteins, the proteolytic cleavage of regulatory subunits, or the degradation of the entire protein.LEARN MORE
Transcription Factor Binding Site Analysis: Different transcription factors respond to various stimuli from the external environment or various signals at different developmental stages, and bind to transcriptional regulatory elements to activate or inhibit gene transcription to control the expression of different genes.LEARN MORE
Non-coding RNA Regulation Analysis: Non-coding RNA (ncRNA) is an RNA molecule that does not code for proteins transcribed from the genome. In addition to playing a role at the transcriptional and post-transcriptional level, non-coding RNA also plays an important role in the epigenetic regulations at gene expression.LEARN MORE
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