Sigma elements are position-specific for many different yeast tRNA genes.

@article{Sandmeyer1988SigmaEA,
  title={Sigma elements are position-specific for many different yeast tRNA genes.},
  author={Suzanne B. Sandmeyer and V W Bilanchone and David J Clark and Paul Morcos and G. F. Carle and Garrett M. Brodeur},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={1988},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={1499-515}
}
We determined the DNA sequence of seventeen sigma elements and flanking regions in order to investigate the extent of the association between the yeast repetitive element, sigma, and tRNA genes. Fifteen of seventeen sigma elements analyzed begin at position -19 to -16 with respect to the 5' end of a tRNA-coding sequence. This region is close to the initiation point of tRNA gene transcription and contains a sequence which is modestly conserved for a number of tRNA genes. Two pairs of identical… CONTINUE READING

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