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Promoter Eukaryotic Promoters

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Regulatory (pan-)genome of an obligate intracellular pathogen in the PVC
Despite the apparent simplicity of bacteria and their compact genome size compared with their eukaryotic counterparts, free-living bacteria typically encode hundreds of TFs in their genomes. ..... As described above for HrcA, we used an E.
Developing genetic tools to exploit Chaetomium thermophilum for biochemical
In order to overexpress ctERG1 from strong endogenous promoters, we further cloned the constitutively active promoter from the actin gene (PACTIN) or the trpC (PTRPC) gene involved in tryptophan biosynthesis.
Transcriptional Regulation of Atp-Dependent Chromatin Remodeling Factors
Multinucleation and Polykaryon Formation is Promoted by the EhPC4
Although advances in the understanding of biological events involved in control of cell division and DNA content have been reported, the regulation of these atypical cellular processes is poorly understood in this unicellular ancient eukaryote.
Complex stability and dynamic subunit interchange modulates the disparate
In most eukaryotes, as typified by the human (HsCoaC) and Arabidopsis thaliana (AtHal3a) proteins, PPCDC is a homotrimer with three active sites formed at the oligomer interaction interfaces. Importantly, two catalytically essential ....

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