International Journal of Genomics

International Journal of Genomics / 2002 / Article

Conference Review | Open Access

Volume 3 |Article ID 837979 |

Sharon L. Kendall, Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Andreas Wietzorrek, Neil G. Stoker, "Microarray Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression: Towards the Regulome", International Journal of Genomics, vol. 3, Article ID 837979, 3 pages, 2002.

Microarray Analysis of Bacterial Gene Expression: Towards the Regulome

Received31 May 2002
Accepted10 Jun 2002


Microarray technology allows co-regulated genes to be identified. In order to identify genes that are controlled by specific regulators, gene expression can be compared in mutant and wild-type bacteria. However, there are a number of pitfalls with this approach; in particular, the regulator may not be active under the conditions in which the wild-type strain is cultured. Once co-regulated genes have been identified, proteinbinding motifs can be identified. By combining these data with a map of promoters, or operons (the operome), the regulatory networks in the cell (the regulome) can start to be built up.

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