The molecular cloning and characterization of BM1P1 and BM1P2 proteins, putative positive transcription factors involved in barbiturate-mediated induction of the genes encoding cytochrome P450BM-1 of Bacillus megaterium.

@article{He1995TheMC,
  title={The molecular cloning and characterization of BM1P1 and BM1P2 proteins, putative positive transcription factors involved in barbiturate-mediated induction of the genes encoding cytochrome P450BM-1 of Bacillus megaterium.},
  author={Jiale He and Qianwa Liang and Armand J. Fulco},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={270 31},
  pages={
          18615-25
        }
}
Analysis of a 1.3-kilobase segment of 5'-flanking DNA from the barbiturate-inducible P450BM-1 gene (CYP106) of Bacillus megaterium revealed two open reading frames. One, BM1P1, encodes 98 amino acids and is located 267 base pairs upstream from the sequence encoding cytochrome P450BM-1 but in the opposite orientation. The second, BM1P2 (88 amino acids), is 892 base pairs upstream from the P450BM-1 coding sequence and in the same coding strand. The expression of BM1P1 and BM1P2 was strongly… CONTINUE READING
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