The DNA-recognition mode shared by archaeal feast/famine-regulatory proteins revealed by the DNA-binding specificities of TvFL3, FL10, FL11 and Ss-LrpB

@inproceedings{Yokoyama2009TheDM,
  title={The DNA-recognition mode shared by archaeal feast/famine-regulatory proteins revealed by the DNA-binding specificities of TvFL3, FL10, FL11 and Ss-LrpB},
  author={Katsushi Yokoyama and Hideki Nogami and Mamiko Kabasawa and Sonomi Ebihara and Ai Shimowasa and Keiko Hashimoto and Tsuyoshi Kawashima and Sanae Arakawa Ishijima and Masashi Suzuki},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2009}
}
The DNA-binding mode of archaeal feast/famine-regulatory proteins (FFRPs), i.e. paralogs of the Esherichia coli leucine-responsive regulatory protein (Lrp), was studied. Using the method of systematic evolution of ligands by exponential enrichment (SELEX), optimal DNA duplexes for interacting with TvFL3, FL10, FL11 and Ss-LrpB were identified as TACGA[AAT/ATT]TCGTA, GTTCGA[AAT/ATT]TCGAAC, CCGAAA[AAT/ATT]TTTCGG and TTGCAA[AAT/ATT]TTGCAA, respectively, all fitting into the form abcdeWWWedcba… CONTINUE READING

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