TFII is required for transcription of the naturally TATA-less but initiator-containing Vbeta promoter.

@article{ManzanoWinkler1996TFIIIR,
  title={TFII is required for transcription of the naturally TATA-less but initiator-containing Vbeta promoter.},
  author={B Manzano-Winkler and Carl D. Novina and Ananda L Roy},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1996},
  volume={271 20},
  pages={12076-81}
}
The proximal or core promoter of a typical eukaryotic protein coding gene comprises distinct elements, TATA and/or initiator (Inr). The existence of TATA or Inr at the core promoter suggests that the mechanism of transcription initiation mediated by these two genetic elements may be different. Accordingly, it has been demonstrated that the transcriptional requirements for the TATA-containing, Inr-less (TATA+Inr-) promoters are different from the transcriptional requirements for the TATA-less… CONTINUE READING

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