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  • D Shore
  • 1994
The yeast protein RAP1 is a sequence-specific DNA-binding protein that binds to many promoters, to two elements that silence mating-type genes, and to [(C)1-3A]n tracts at telomeres. RAP1 is essential for cell viability and can function as either an activator or a repressor of transcription, depending upon the context of its binding site. Recent experiments(More)
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