Translational repression by a transcriptional elongation factor.

@article{Wilson1997TranslationalRB,
  title={Translational repression by a transcriptional elongation factor.},
  author={Helen R. Wilson and L Kameyama and J G Zhou and Gabriel Guarneros and Donald L. Court},
  journal={Genes & development},
  year={1997},
  volume={11 17},
  pages={2204-13}
}
One of the classical positive regulators of gene expression is bacteriophage lambda N protein. N regulates the transcription of early phage genes by participating in the formation of a highly processive, terminator-resistant transcription complex and thereby stimulates the expression of genes lying downstream of transcriptional terminators. Also included in this antiterminating transcription complex are an RNA site (NUT) and host proteins (Nus). Here we demonstrate that N has an additional… CONTINUE READING

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