GENE REGULAAAATION IN EUKARAY OTESSS

GENE REGULAAAATION IN EUKARAY OTESSS
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Young thug wants to get educated

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  • Yo, I need you to tell me about gene regulation in eukaryotes.
  • Sure why not.
  • There is a system for gene organization in eukaryotes because they have more DNA than prokaryotes.They also have two regulatory systems: histone packing and unpacking regions and transcription factors.
  • What are these Histones even doing in my body?
  • Histones are responsible for packing and unpacking DNA regions. For example, acetylation loosens DNA which allows more transcription. In contrast, methylation packs DNA tightly which results in less transcription.
  • Imma let you finish, but what about Transcription factors.
  • The transcription factors regulate the RNA polymerase access to the promoter which can turn the expression "on" or "off".
  • Nice.
  • Why do we have all these regulations in my body?
  • cells need to find and trigger gene at the right time. Also, the cells need a way to turn genes on or off.
  • Cancer.
  • what happens if Cell's don't want to do all these regulations?
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