Regulation of gene expression by site-specific inversion.


A site-specific inversion event is responsible for phase transition in Salmonella, as indicated by heteroduplex analysis of recombinant molecules carrying the gene coding for H2 flagellin in Salmonella. The inversion region corresponds to approximately 800 base pairs in length, and the inversion process does not appear to be dependent upon the E. coli RecA… (More)


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@article{Zieg1978RegulationOG, title={Regulation of gene expression by site-specific inversion.}, author={Janine Zieg and M Hilmen and M I Simon}, journal={Cell}, year={1978}, volume={15 1}, pages={237-44} }