Identification and mapping of the transcriptional and translational products of the yeast plasmid, 2mu circle.

@article{Broach1979IdentificationAM,
  title={Identification and mapping of the transcriptional and translational products of the yeast plasmid, 2mu circle.},
  author={James R. Broach and John F. Atkins and CAROLYN MCGILL and L P Chow},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1979},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={827-39}
}
We have identified two major and approximately ten minor poly(A)-containing RNA species in S. cerevisiae which arise from in vivo transcription of the yeast plasmid, known as 2mu circle. The two major species, which are 1325 and 1275 bases in length, are transcribed from the two unique halves of the plasmid and extend into the inverted repeat sequences which separate the unique regions. The map positions of the minor transcripts, which range in length from 350 to 2600 bases, indicate that… CONTINUE READING

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