Bacteriophage lambda int protein recognizes two classes of sequence in the phage att site: characterization of arm-type sites.

@article{Ross1982BacteriophageLI,
  title={Bacteriophage lambda int protein recognizes two classes of sequence in the phage att site: characterization of arm-type sites.},
  author={Wilma Ross and Arthur Landy},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1982},
  volume={79 24},
  pages={7724-8}
}
Purified int protein from bacteriophage lambda binds to specific sites in DNA that are not part of the functional attachment sites (non-att DNA) as well as to specific sites in att DNA. Analysis of non-att sites protected from nucleases by int has permitted definition of two distinctly different consensus recognition sequences, one of which, the arm-type sequence, is characterized in this report. Both types of recognition sequence occur in attP; five copies of the arm-type consensus sequence… CONTINUE READING

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