Inhibition of transcription starting from bacteriophage lambda pR promoter during the stringent response in Escherichia coli: implications for lambda DNA replication.

Abstract

Replication of lambda plasmid DNA is halted in amino acid-starved wild type (stringent) strains whereas it proceeds in relA (relaxed) mutants. The only transcription which could be important in lambda plasmid DNA replication in amino acid-starved Escherichia coli cells is that starting from the pR promoter. Using a fusion which consists of the lacZ gene… (More)

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