Sequence of a represser-binding site in the DNA of bacteriophage λ

@article{Maniatis1974SequenceOA,
  title={Sequence of a represser-binding site in the DNA of bacteriophage λ},
  author={T. Maniatis and M. Ptashne and B. Barrell and J. Donelson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1974},
  volume={250},
  pages={394-397}
}
The sequence of 33 nucleotides immediately preceding the start point of transcription of an operon in bacteriophage lambda has been determined. This region includes recognition sites for lambda repressor and, probably, for other proteins. The sequence contains interdigitating symmetries. 
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