How are genes imprinted?
In genomic imprinting the ability of a gene to be expressed depends upon the relationship of the parent who passed on the gene. In some cases imprinted genes are expressed when the are inherited from the mother. in other cases they are expressed when inherited from the father.
Why are genes imprinted?
How do you tell if a gene is imprinted?
How are imprinted genes inherited?
What is an imprinted gene MCAT?
Is imprinting inherited?
Is genomic imprinting reversible?
Why is imprinting important?
When does genomic imprinting happen?
What diseases are associated with genomic imprinting?
Is genomic imprinting permanent?
What is genomic imprinting and how can abnormal imprinting cause disease?
What are imprinting defects?
Which gene is imprinted in Prader-Willi?
What is an example of genomic imprinting?
Can a male imprint on a woman?
Where does genomic imprinting occur?
What are Extranuclear genes?
Are imprinted genes methylated?
Is Prader-Willi paternal imprinting?
Which has extranuclear DNA?
What is extranuclear part?
1 : situated in or affecting the parts of a cell external to the nucleus : cytoplasmic. 2 : situated outside the nucleus of an atom.