CAP interacts with RNA polymerase in solution in the absence of promoter DNA

@article{Heyduk1993CAPIW,
  title={CAP interacts with RNA polymerase in solution in the absence of promoter DNA},
  author={T. Heyduk and James C. Lee and Y. Ebright and E. Blatter and Yuhong Zhou and R. Ebright},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1993},
  volume={364},
  pages={548-549}
}
PROTEIN-PROTEIN interactions between transcription activator proteins and RNA polymerase or basal transcription factors have been suggested to be important for transcription activation1–8. Interactions between catabolite gene activator protein (CAP)9,10 and RNA polymerase have been proposed based on face-of-helix-dependent transcription activation by CAP11–13 and based on face-of-helix-dependent cooperative binding of CAP and RNA polymerase to promoter DNA14,15. Mutants of CAP specifically… Expand
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