most constant gene during development

bob r.hartley at bio.gla.ac.uk
Thu Jan 17 04:29:07 EST 2002


"Stefi~" <gifalone at tin.it> wrote in message
news:Klm%7.7400$aD.249059 at twister2.libero.it...
> "bob" <r.hartley at bio.gla.ac.uk> ha scritto nel messaggio
> news:a1kb14$d85$1 at singer.cent.gla.ac.uk...
> > Doh what was I thionking of.. Read the mRNA then forgot about it and
wrote
> a
> > for RNA./.
> >
> > OK try again
> >
> > Actin
> >
> > bTubulin
>
> I don't know about b-tubulin but I know for sure that b-actin doesn't
remain
> at constant levels during amphibian development. Thanx anyway.

Yep I know that too.

Even the roughness of a culture flask or a scratched surface with wee ridges
of 1micron will alter actin and fibronectin mRNA levels. Chou, Brunette et
al about 1995

cheers
Bob; Sunny Scotland
> Stefano
> gifalone at tin.it
> http://web.tiscalinet.it/gifalone
>
>
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