Questions tagged [protein-expression]

The process by which proteins, encoded in the genome, are ultimately synthesized.

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What are some examples of genes that code for multiple proteins?

The title pretty much says it all. It is widely taught that a gene in a eukaryotic system could produce more than one protein due to post-transcriptional modification, but I do not believe I have come ...
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Is protein production doubled if you have homozygous dominant genes as opposed to heterozygous genes?

At school we were taught in quite simplistic terms. We were told that there is a dominant and recessive type of every gene and that if the dominant gene was present, the protein is produced and if it ...
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Life cycle of proteins

I try to get a picture of the life cycle of a protein (considered as a specific molecule). This is how I can imagine it: After the cell is born a protein molecule is synthesized by gene expression ...
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How to put a gene under the control of a regulable promoter?

Suppose I have a hetrologous (eukaryotic, plant) gene sequence that I want to express in E Coli under the control of a regulable promoter (say the lac promoter induced by IPTG) how exactly does one ...