Genome-wide location analysis reveals a role for Sub1 in RNA polymerase III transcription.

@article{Tavenet2009GenomewideLA,
  title={Genome-wide location analysis reveals a role for Sub1 in RNA polymerase III transcription.},
  author={Arounie Tavenet and Audrey Suleau and G{\'e}raldine Dubreuil and Roberto Ferrari and Cecile E.H. Ducrot and Magali Michaut and Jean-Christophe Aude and Giorgio Dieci and Olivier Lefebvre and Christine Conesa and Jo{\"e}l Acker},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 34},
  pages={
          14265-70
        }
}
Human PC4 and the yeast ortholog Sub1 have multiple functions in RNA polymerase II transcription. Genome-wide mapping revealed that Sub1 is present on Pol III-transcribed genes. Sub1 was found to interact with components of the Pol III transcription system and to stimulate the initiation and reinitiation steps in a system reconstituted with all recombinant factors. Sub1 was required for optimal Pol III gene transcription in exponentially growing cells. 

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