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Additional reading: Chapter 14

Additional Reading:

Alon, Uri. "Biological networks: the tinkerer as an engineer." Science 301.5641 (2003): 1866-1867.

Brenner, S., W. Dove, I Herskowitz, and R. Thomas, 1990.  Genes and development: Molecular and logical themes.  Genetics 126: 479-486.  A discussion of Jacob and Monod’s experiments, operons, and ideas about eukaryotic gene regulation written before many of the details about eukaryotic networks were known.

Hawkins, John D. Gene structure and expression. Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Müller-Hill, Benno. The lac operon. New York:: Walter de Gruyter, 1996.

Nurse, P. (2008). Life, logic and information. Nature, 454(7203), 424-426.

Yandell, M. and D. Ence 2012.  A beginner’s guide to eukaryotic genome annotation.  Nature Rev. Genet. 13: 329-342.  A discussion of the ENCODE projects in general.

Additional Reading for Boxes:

Box 14.1

Kolter, R. and Yanofsky, C., 1982. Attenuation in amino acid biosynthetic operons. Annual review of genetics, 16(1), pp.113-134.

Yanofsky, C., 2000. Transcription attenuation: once viewed as a novel regulatory strategy. Journal of bacteriology, 182(1), pp.1-8.

Box 14.2

Monod, Jacques. "The growth of bacterial cultures." Annual Reviews in Microbiology 3.1 (1949): 371-394.