DNA Looping Initiating Types of Machinery of Transcription, Recombination, and Replication: An Experimental, and Theoretical Insight
Topological DNA assemblies governed biological processes, physical manipulations, compartmentalization, transfer genetic information by sequence, participates in molecular mechanisms of formation and deformation of biological processes, and even chromosome territory formation, including replication, transcription, and gene regulation via dynamic assets and variations. The sequencing processes deal with DNA mechanical code and leave impacts on gene regulation via nucleosome positioning. Therefore, a proper analysis could predict the mechanical route of DNA sequencing and how it does influence loop creation. The earlier mentioned predictions testified via in-vivo transcription and in-vitro single-molecule assays. These styles of elucidation based on theoretical investigations of various cellular routes of biological processes such as sequence-dependent features of DNA, a specific sequence creation in the chromatin structure, and interfaces of protein and DNA molecules.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2021 Authors and Global Journals Private Limited
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.