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Home / Journals / International Journal of Genetics and Genomics / Characterization and annotation of mitochondrial genes of fishes
Characterization and annotation of mitochondrial genes of fishes
Lead Guest Editor:
Saira bibi bibi
Hazara university, Mansehra, Pakistan
Guest Editors
Fiaz Khan
Hazara university
Mansehra, Pakistan
Aqsa Rehman
Hazara university
Mansehra, Pakistan
Naveed Akhtar
Hazara university
Mansehra, Pakistan
Nasir khan
Hazara university
Mansehra, Pakistan
Introduction
In wide variety of essential intra- and inter-cellular activities. Proteins are essential molecules involved in a These activities include, but are not limited to: maintaining cellular defences, enzymatic catalysis, metabolism and catabolism, maintenance of the structural integrity of cells, and signalling within and between cells. The functionality of the protein is clearly related to the evolution of protein-coding genes, for proper working of metabolism natural assortment is essential. Mitogenome of the fishes contain the 13 protein coding genes, PCGs account for 68.78% of the entire mtDNA, 11,393 bp long , Due the presence of repetitive sequences in eukaryotic genome annotation of genes is more multifaceted and susceptible to error, large genome size long introns, non-coding RNAs, alternative splicing . When the genome is sequenced annotation of Genome is of high priority, especially identification of protein-coding genes, protein-coding genes annotation based on gene prediction procedures at present.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Protein Coding Genes
  2. Charecterization
  3. Annotation
  4. Fishes
  5. Proteimoices
  6. Softwares
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