Genetical analysis of three pleiotropic mutants with changed regulation of hemoprotein level was performed. It was proved that single recessive mutations cgr4, cas1 and cgh1 are responsible for simultaneous changes of catalase T, cytochrome c oxidase and of some other enzyme levels, in glucose repression conditions. Two mutations cgr4 and cas1, responsible for glucose resistance of hemoprotein formation in aerobic conditions enable also anaerobic synthesis of catalase T. Mutation cgh1 causing hypersensitivity of several respiratory enzymes to glucose repression is partly epistatic to cas1 and cgr4 mutations.
Propose to estimate heritability of disease directly by regression of phenotype
Similarities on genotype correlations, corrected to account for ascertainment.
We refer to this method as genetic correlation regression (GCR). Using GCR we
Estimate the heritability of Crohn's disease at 34% using th...
We present a multi-epoch analysis of the galaxy populations formed within the
Cosmological hydrodynamical simulations presented in Vogelsberger et al.
(2013). These simulations explore the performance of a recently implemented
Feedback model which includes primordial and metal line radiative cooling...
measured global temperature and metal abundance are approximately 3.3 keV and
0.24 solar, respectively. From the deprojection analysis, the entropy profile
is found to be flat with respect to radius. The entropy within the central
region (r < 0.2r_200) is exceptionally high (~400 keV cm^2). This...
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