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*  Gene chip analysis
This information is analyzed for differences in regulation in disease or drug treatment regimen, with respect to normal control ...
*  Gene expression profiling
One previously mentioned issue has to do with the observation that gene regulation may have no direct impact on protein ... regulation: even if the proteins coded for by these genes do nothing other than make cholesterol, showing that their mRNA is ...
*  Regulation
... social regulation (e.g. norms), co-regulation, third-party regulation, certification, accreditation or market regulation. State ... self-regulation) in contrast to state regulation of minimum wages etc. Regulations may create costs as well as benefits and may ... Jerusalem Papers in Regulation and Governance, No.1, 2010 Orbach, Barak, What Is Regulation? 30 Yale Journal on Regulation ... regulation), or change preferences ("preferences shaping" regulation"). Common examples of regulation include controls on ...
*  Media regulation
... is the control or guidance of mass media by governments and other bodies. This regulation, via law, rules or ... "What is media regulation?". Media Regulation. Leicester: University of Leicester. Retrieved 29 November 2012. Sjøvaag, H. (2014 ... had been published more than 60 laws related to internet regulation. Administration Internet regulation departments in China ... UK Press Regulation is under review in the UK following on from the Leveson Inquiry. A series of public hearings were held ...
*  Microprudential regulation
... or microprudential supervision is firm-level oversight or financial regulation by regulators of ... Therefore, micro-prudential regulation also reduces systemic risk. Micro-prudential regulation involves enforcing standards, e. ... The motivation for micro-prudential regulation is rooted in consumer protection: ensuring solvency of financial institutions ...
*  Prudential regulation
... is type of financial regulation that requires financial firms to control risks and hold adequate capital ... Prudential regulation can be split into microprudential regulation that focuses on the individual firms and making sure that ... or in Australia with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. "Prudential regulation". This is Money. April 22, 2009. ... This is in contrast to consumer protection rules that are also part of financial regulations. ...
*  Algorithmic regulation
It's a regulation." "OK. Show me the regulation." "Well, it isn't really a regulation. It's a policy that was put in place by ... Algorithmic regulation is an idea whose time has come. Algorithmic regulation is supposed to be a system of governance where ... Regulations, which specify how to execute those laws in much more detail, should be regarded in much the same way that ... Algorithmic regulation is an alternative form of government where the advantages and usages of computer algorithms are applied ...
*  Regulation (magazine)
Regulation is a quarterly periodical about policy published by the Cato Institute. It was started as a bimonthly magazine in ...
*  Macroprudential regulation
... is the approach to financial regulation that aims to mitigate risk to the financial system as a ... Bank regulation European Systemic Risk Board Financial regulation Financial Stability Oversight Council Microprudential ... Conference Macroprudential regulation and policy (BIS - BoK, 2011), a collection of the articles presented during the ... The main goal of macroprudential regulation is to reduce the risk and the macroeconomic costs of financial instability. It is ...
*  Trade regulation
... is a field of law, often bracketed with antitrust (as in the phrase "antitrust and trade regulation law"), ... See CCH launches Trade Regulation blog. Cornell University - Supreme Court opinions on trade regulation FTC Consumer Protection ... sources of information about antitrust and trade regulation law Sample of Trade Regulation Talk blog.. ... The Florida State Bar , for example, classifies "antitrust and trade regulation law" as one of the areas of legal practice in ...
*  Regulation 17
... (French: Règlement 17) was a regulation of the Ontario Conservative government designed to shut down French- ... Faced with separate school boards' resistance and defiance of the new regulation, the Ministry of Education issued Regulation ... It was a regulation written by the Ministry of Education, issued in July 1912 by the Conservative government of premier Sir ... "Regulation 17: Circular of Instruction No. 17 for Ontario Separate Schools for the School Year 1912-1913", in Site for Language ...
*  Regulation Law
"Regulation Bill passes 2nd and 3rd Knesset readings". Ynetnews. Retrieved 2017-02-08. "What is, in fact, the Regulation Law? ( ... "Regulation Bill passes 2nd and 3rd Knesset readings". Knesset website (Hebrew). Retrieved 2017-02-06. " ... "Attorney General to Netanyahu: I will not Defend the Regulation Law before the Supreme Court (Hebrew)". Ynet. Retrieved 2017-01 ... The Judea and Samaria Settlement Regulation Law (Hebrew: חוק להסדרת ההתיישבות ביהודה והשומרון‎), commonly known as the ...
*  Rent regulation
... : An introduction' (2003) 10 Swedish Economic Policy Review 3 H Lind, 'Rent Regulation: A Conceptual and ... Rent regulation in the United States is an issue for each state. In 1921, the US Supreme Court case of Block v. Hirsh held by a ... Rent regulation is a system of laws, administered by a court or a public authority, which aim to ensure the quality and ... Rent regulation covered the whole of the UK private sector rental market from 1915 to 1980. However, from the Housing Act 1980 ...
*  Dublin Regulation
The Dublin Regulation (Regulation No. 604/2013; sometimes the Dublin III Regulation; previously the Dublin II Regulation and ... The Dublin III Regulation (No. 604/2013) was approved in June 2013, replacing the Dublin II Regulation, and applies to all ... It is the cornerstone of the Dublin System, which consists of the Dublin Regulation and the EURODAC Regulation, which ... "European Commission Proposal to recast the Dublin Regulation" (PDF). European Commission. Retrieved 1 March 2012. "REGULATION ( ...
*  Allosteric regulation
In biochemistry, allosteric regulation (or allosteric control) is the regulation of an enzyme by binding an effector molecule ... Allosteric regulations are a natural example of control loops, such as feedback from downstream products or feedforward from ... Allosteric regulation is also particularly important in the cell's ability to adjust enzyme activity. The term allostery comes ... Due to the often high receptor selectivity and lower target-based toxicity, allosteric regulation is also expected to play an ...
*  Regulation AB
... : updates and clarifies the registration requirements for ABS offerings under the Securities Act; provides ... Regulation AB consolidates and codifies existing interpretative, primarily client-specific, positions that clarify Securities ... "What is the status of Regulation AB 2.0? PwC". PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. March 2014. Retrieved 25 March 2014. ...
*  Noise regulation
Regulations with plainly audible terms on public property as a criterion are examples. Subjective Immission These regulations ... Regulations with specific maximum sound output levels for motor vehicles are examples. Objective Immission These regulations ... The federal government has preempted certain areas of noise regulation. They can be found in the Code of Federal Regulations ... They may also enact regulations that are no more strict than federal regulations. They may also preempt local ordinances. ...
*  Regulation Colours
United Kingdom military units usually carry two Regulation Colours. These are the Regulation Queen's Colour and Regulation ... The Regulation Colours are the standard colours used in the armed forces of the countries falling under the Commonwealth of ...
*  Voltage regulation
Distribution regulation involves a "regulation point": the point at which the equipment tries to maintain constant voltage. ... presents a number of significant challenges for voltage regulation. Conventional voltage regulation equipment works under the ... In the voltage regulation formula, Vno load is the voltage measured at the receiving end terminals when the receiving end is an ... Voltage regulation describes the ability of a system to provide near constant voltage over a wide range of load conditions. The ...
*  Bank regulation
... is a form of government regulation which subjects banks to certain requirements, restrictions and guidelines, ... Banking regulations vary widely between jurisdictions. Bank regulation is a complex process and generally consists of two ... This type of regulation has lost the role it once had, as the emphasis has moved toward capital adequacy, and in many countries ... Supporters of such regulation often base their arguments on the "too big to fail" notion. This holds that many financial ...
*  Transcriptional regulation
The regulation of transcription is a vital process in all living organisms. It is orchestrated by transcription factors and ... In molecular biology and genetics, transcriptional regulation is the means by which a cell regulates the conversion of DNA to ... A large part of gene regulation occurs through transcription factors that either recruit or inhibit the binding of the general ... This means that transcriptional regulation in the form of protein repressors and positive control elements can either increase ...
*  Evidence Regulation
Text of the Regulation Taking of Evidence regulation at the Judicial Atlas. ... Council Regulation (EC) No. 1206/2001 of 28 May 2001 on cooperation between the courts of the Member States in the taking of ... The regulation applies to all the member states of the European Union with the exception of Denmark. The Danish European Union ... This regulation enables a somewhat simplified route by allowing direct contact between the courts in the member states. A ...
*  Regulation Q
... (12 CFR 217) is a Federal Reserve regulation which sets out capital requirements for banks in the United States. ... The current version of Regulation Q was enacted in 2013. From 1933 until 2011, an earlier version of Regulation Q imposed ... were incorporated into Regulation D. As a result of Section 11 of the Banking Act of 1933, Regulation Q was promulgated by the ... which was then the only remaining substantive component of Regulation Q. The Regulation Q prohibition of interest-bearing ...
*  Translational regulation
In most cases, translational regulation involves specific RNA secondary structures on the mRNA. An example of regulation at the ... it is not as well understood as transcriptional regulation. There are several levels of regulation including translation ... An example of regulation at the level of termination is functional translational readthrough of the lactate dehydrogenase gene ... Translational regulation refers to the control of the levels of protein synthesized from its mRNA. The corresponding mechanisms ...
*  Meta-regulation
... is a form of regulation that encourages self-regulation of firms. In contrast to traditional forms of ... often desire effective regulation to prevent such failures because of cost and damaged public relations. Meta-regulation has ... The advantages of self-regulation are that devolved structures of regulation allow for greater learning in complex and ... Sources on Meta-regulation: Cary Coglianese, Evan Mendelson. Meta-Regulation and Self-Regulation. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/ ...