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As per available reports about 85 relevant Journals, 17 Conferences, 2064 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to trp operon and about 4914articles are being published on trp operon.

The trp operon is an operon — a group of genes that are used, or transcribed, together — that codes for the components for production of tryptophan. The trp operon is present in many bacteria, but was first characterized in Escherichia coli. The operon is regulated so that when tryptophan is present in the environment, the genes for tryptophan synthesis are not expressed.

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Scope and Importance:

trp operon conferences provides important experimental system for learning about gene regulation, and is commonly used to teach gene regulation. The trp operon in E. coli was the first repressible operon to be discovered. While the lac operon can be activated by a chemical (allolactose), the tryptophan (Trp) operon is inhibited by a chemical (tryptophan). This operon contains five structural genes: trp E, trp D, trp C, trp B, and trp A, which encode tryptophan synthetase. It also contains a promoter where RNA polymerase binds to a repressor gene (trp R) which synthesizes a specific protein. The protein that is synthesized by trp R then binds to the operator which then causes the transcription to be blocked. In the lac operon, allolactose binds to the repressor protein, allowing gene transcription, while in the trp operon; tryptophan binds to the repressor protein effectively blocking gene transcription. In both situations, repression is that of RNA polymerase transcribing the genes in the operon. Also unlike the lac operon, the trp operon contains a leader peptide and an attenuator sequence which allows for graded regulation.

Market Analysis:

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Relevant Societies and Associations:

1.      The Association of Bimolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF), Bethesda, MD, USA

2.      American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

3.      Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, USA

4.      American Chemical Society

5.      American Society for Microbiology, USA

6.      RNA Society - Maryland, USA

7.      University of Nebraska Medical Centre, Omaha, Nebraska, USA

8.      US HUPO, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

9.      The Protein Society, USA

10.  Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, Fairfax, Virginia, USA

11.  Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Maryland, USA

12.  BioFlorida- Life Science Community

13.  European Society of Human Genetics, Vienna, Austria

14.  European Proteimcs Association (EuPA), UK

15.  British Society for Proteome Research (BSPR), UK

16.  Swiss Proteomics Society (SPS), Switzerland

17.  Proteomics Society, India

Companies:

1.      Affymetrix - Santa Clara, California USA

2.      Roche NimbleGen Inc. Madison, Wisconsin, United States

3.      SciGene Sunnyvale, California, United States

4.      Arrayit Corporation

5.      DNAmicroarray California, USA

6.      LC Sciences, Houston, TX, US

7.      SeqWright Genomic Services (a unit of GE health care)

 

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