The bacteriophage 434 right operator. Roles of O(R)1, O(R)2 and O(R)3.

@article{Bushman1993TheB4,
  title={The bacteriophage 434 right operator. Roles of O(R)1, O(R)2 and O(R)3.},
  author={Frederic D. Bushman},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={1993},
  volume={230 1},
  pages={28-40}
}
Lysogenic induction of bacteriophage lambda is controlled by the action of the phage repressor and Cro proteins at the phage right operator (O(R)). This study examines the roles of the repressor and Cro proteins of the related phage 434. The start sites of transcription of the divergently oriented promoters in the 434 O(R) region, PR and PRM, were mapped, and the effects of 434 repressor and Cro on promoter activity were assessed using promoter fusions to lacZ. The effects of repressor or Cro… CONTINUE READING

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