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Fig. 1 shows an example of gene conservative clustering. Chromosome loci (50kb) from different vertebrate genomes are ‘pinned through’ SIRT2 homologs. Arrows correspond to open reading frames: red-SIRT2 homologs, green-NF-kappaB inhibitor beta To the left: Proposed model of the interaction between SIRT proteins and and NF-kappaB regulatory network. Dashed lines-putative links derived from gene positional clustering.

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current10:09, 11 September 2006559×352 (578 KB)Ovassieva (Talk | contribs) (Fig. 1 shows an example of gene conservative clustering. Chromosome loci (50kb) from different vertebrate genomes are ‘pinned through’ SIRT2 homologs. Arrows correspond to open reading frames: red-SIRT2 homologs, green-NF-kappaB inhibitor beta To the)
10:05, 11 September 2006 (32 KB)Ovassieva (Talk | contribs) (Fig. 1 shows an example of gene conservative clustering. Chromosome loci (50kb) from different vertebrate genomes are ‘pinned through’ SIRT2 homologs. Arrows correspond to open reading frames: red-SIRT2 homologs, green-NF-kappaB inhibitor beta To the)
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