A Role for CF1A 3′ End Processing Complex in Promoter-Associated Transcription

The Cleavage Factor 1A (CF1A) complex, which is required for the termination of transcription in budding yeast, occupies the 3' end of transcriptionally active genes. We recently demonstrated that CF1A subunits also crosslink to the 5' end of genes during transcription. The presence of CF1A complex at the promoter suggested its possible involvement in the… (More)