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Pleiotropic roles of Clostridium difficile sin locus. Clostridium difficile is the primary cause of nosocomial diarrhea and pseudomembranous colitis. It produces dormant spores, which serve as an infectious vehicle responsible for transmission of the disease and persistence of the organism in the environment. In Bacillus subtilis, the sin locus coding SinR aa and SinI 57 aa is responsible for sporulation inhibition. SinI is an inhibitor of SinR, so their interaction determines whether SinR can inhibit its target gene expression.

In this study, we constructed and characterized sin locus mutants in two different C. Through various genetic and biochemical experiments, we have shown that SinR can regulate transcription of key regulators in these pathways, which includes sigD, spo0A, and codY. Using a hamster model, we have also demonstrated that the sin locus is needed for successful C. This study reveals the sin locus as a central link that connects the gene regulatory networks of sporulation, toxin production, and motility; three key pathways that are important for C.

Evidence of a major locus for lipoprotein lipase LPL activity in addition to a pleiotropic locus for both LPL and fasting insulin: Prior to adjustment for insulin, neither a major gene effect nor a multifactorial component could be rejected, and support for a major gene was equivocal i. However, after adjusting for the effects of insulin, a major gene effect on PH-LPL activity was unambiguous.


The lack of a significant multifactorial effect suggested that the familial etiology of PH-LPL activity adjusted for insulin was likely to be primarily a function of the major locus. In conclusion, the present study is the first to report segregation analyses on PH-LPL activity prior to and after adjusting for insulin, and suggests that there is an indication of a pleiotropic genetic effect on PH-LPL activity and insulin, in addition to a major gene effect on PH-LPL activity alone.

Evolution of branched regulatory genetic pathways: Developmental systems are regulated by a web of interacting loci. One common and useful approach in studying the evolution of development is to focus on classes of interacting elements within these systems.

Here, we use individual-based simulations to study the evolution of traits controlled by branched developmental pathways involving three loci, where one locus regulates two different traits. We examined the system under a variety of selective regimes.

In the case where one branch was under stabilizing selection and the other under directional selection, we observed “developmental system drift”: This occurs because the pleiotropic locus responds to directional selection and compensatory mutants are then favored in the pathway under stabilizing selection. Though developmental system drift may be caused by other mechanisms, it seems likely that it is accelerated by the same underlying genetic mechanism as that producing the Dobzhansky-Muller incompatibilities that lead to speciation in both linear and branched pathways.

We also discuss predictions of our model for developmental system drift and how different selective regimes affect probabilities of speciation in the branched pathway system. Arabidopsis CPR5 is a senescence- regulatory gene with pleiotropic functions as predicted by the evolutionary theory of senescence. Sturre1, Jacques Hille1 and Paul P.

Functional mechanisms underlying pleiotropic risk alleles at the 19p Lawrenson Kate ; S. Kar Siddhartha ; K.


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