OJGen  Vol.2 No.4 B , December 2012
Bioinformatic screening of the binding transcription sites in the regulatory regions of genes up-regulated in response to oxidative stress
ABSTRACT
This study focuses on bioinformatics search for new regulatory structures in the non-coding DNA, located around the patterns of gene expression levels changed significantly in response to oxidative stress. Hypothesized that all of the genes increase the expression in response to oxidative stress may have the same motifs in non-coding DNA. To search for motifs created an integrated collection database of transcription binding sites - JASPAR, TRANSFAC, Hocomoco TF Homo sapiens, Uniprobe TF Mus musculus. Two types of regulatory regions: the promoter region and the sequence with the capture of potential cis-regulatory modules. In the regulatory regions of genes increase the expression in response to oxidative stress, in contrast to the gene expression level did not change, families of transcription factors identified SOX (1-30) and HX (A, B, C, D).

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TP, S. , NS, P. , AA, A. , MA, S. , AI, B. and AE, P. (2012) Bioinformatic screening of the binding transcription sites in the regulatory regions of genes up-regulated in response to oxidative stress. Open Journal of Genetics, 2, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/ojgen.2012.24B001.
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