Rajesh Shashni

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The bacterial transcription terminator, Rho, terminates transcription at half of the operons. According to the classical model derived from in vitro assays on a few terminators, Rho is recruited to the transcription elongation complex (EC) by recognizing specific sites (rut) on the nascent RNA. Here, we explored the mode of in vivo recruitment process of(More)
The conventional model of Rho-dependent transcription termination in bacteria requires RNA-dependent translocase activity of the termination factor Rho as well as many kinetically controlled steps to execute efficient RNA release from the transcription elongation complex (EC). The involvement of the kinetically controlled steps, such as RNA binding,(More)
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