T4-induced antipolarity: temporal heterogeneity in response of early transcription units.

Abstract

When T4 infects Escherichia coli in the absence of protein synthesis, rho-mediated termination takes place on early polycistronic transcription units. During the early period of development, the appearance of delayed early transcripts becomes insensitive to the inhibition of protein synthesis. In the absence of the T4 gene product mot, an inducer for the… (More)

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@article{Thermes1984T4inducedAT, title={T4-induced antipolarity: temporal heterogeneity in response of early transcription units.}, author={Claude Thermes and Edward N. Brody}, journal={Journal of virology}, year={1984}, volume={50 1}, pages={191-201} }