- 1 Gene-regulation function of a cis-regulatory module
- 2 The Boolean logic assumption
- 3 Identification and computational prediction of CRMs
- 4 Classification of cis-regulatory modules
- 5 Mode of action
- 6 Cis-regulatory module in gene regulatory network
- 7 See also
- 8 References
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