Rho Independent Terminator
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- Genome-wide identification of Hfq-regulated small RNAs in the fire blight
- Results: Using both an RNA-seq analysis and a Rho independent terminator search, 40 candidate Hfq-dependent sRNAs were identified in E. amylovora. The expression and sizes of 12 sRNAs and the sequence boundaries of seven sRNAs were confirmed ...
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- Intrinsic termination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Rho-independent transcription termination is a frequent mechanism underlying the activity of cis-acting RNA regulatory elements, such as riboswitches.
- SparkNotes: DNA Transcription: Prokaryotic DNA Transcription
- The rho-independent terminator is the more simple of the two systems and as a result is also called simple termination.
- Termination Sites
- May 1, 1998 However the mechanism by which rho terminates transcription is not Figure 1: A rho-independent method of transcription termination.
- Prediction of rho-independent transcriptional terminators in
- Two mechanisms of transcription termination and two classes of termination signals have been described in bacteria: rho-dependent and rho-independent (1) .