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GENOME NAVIGATION
CONTENTS.
The need for genome navigation.
The medical significance of genome navigation.
I. Pure GA-sequences
- genome sign posts?
Pure GA-sequences as candidates for genomic sign posts.
The phenomenon of pure GA-sequences.
The size-distribution of pure GA-sequences.
The exclusion of poly-A and poly-G sequences.
Relationship between chromosome size and numbers of pure GA-sequences.
The species-dependent spatial density of pure GA-sequences.
The individuality of pure GA-sequences.
Are pure GA-sequences coding?
The tetra-GA motifs of pure GA-sequences.
The genomic 'neighborhood' of pure GA-sequences.
A relationship to poly(A)- and Alu-sequences.
Other kinds of pure base-restricted sequences.
II. Pure GA-sequences
- a model of genome navigation.
The need to concentrate the sign posts into small space.
The looping of GA-sequences.
The role of the upstream poly(A) stretches as binding sites for linker molecules.
The reduction of the search path.
The chromatinization of GA-ribbon and associated loops.
The postulate of a search mechanism ('clavisomes')
The hypothetical initiation of transcription by clavisomes.
The hypothetical recognition of target GA-sequences by clavisomes.
SIGNIFICANCE FOR 'FUNCTIONAL ANARCHY' OF GENOMES
III. Pure GA-sequences
- one of two fractal sets of sequences that make up the entire genome.
The explicit identification of a fractal set of genome sequences.
General background.
The expansion of the definition of GA-sequences.
The universal power law behavior of the GA-sequences.
The 'Genome Pixel Images(GPxI) of GA-sequences.
The 'Lα -order' of the GA-sequences of whole chromosomes.
The 'baseline' GPxI pattern of Lα -ordered, hypothetical GA-sequences.
The fractal GPxI pattern the of GA-sequences of whole chromosomes.
The characteristics of block patterns.
The range of block sizes with similar patterns.
The pattern blocks of other genomes.
An attempt to explain the origin of the fractal set of GA-sequences.
Simulation of the segment- and interval distribution by recursive inversions.
Simulation of the self-similarity patterns of the fractal GA-sequences.
Speculations about the evolutionary and biochemical mechanisms involved.
SIGNIFICANCE FOR 'FUNCTIONAL ANARCHY' OF GENOMES