More pieces in the promoter jigsaw: recognition of -10 regions by alternative sigma factors.

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More pieces in the promoter jigsaw: recognition of -10 regions by alternative sigma factors. / Busby, Stephen.

In: Molecular Microbiology, Vol. 72, No. 4, 01.05.2009, p. 809-11.

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title = "More pieces in the promoter jigsaw: recognition of -10 regions by alternative sigma factors.",
abstract = "Two papers in this issue of Molecular Microbiology from Carol Gross and colleagues describe experiments that investigate how two alternative Escherichia coli sigma proteins recognize target promoter -10 regions. A combination of genetics, biochemistry and bioinformatics is used to show that determinants in two adjacent domains of the sigma proteins contact discrete sequence elements in the -10 regions.",
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