The regulation of bacterial transcription initiation

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The regulation of bacterial transcription initiation. / Busby, Stephen; Browning, Douglas.

In: Nature Reviews Microbiology, Vol. 2, 01.01.2004, p. 57-65.

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title = "The regulation of bacterial transcription initiation",
abstract = "Bacteria use their genetic material with great effectiveness to make the right products in the correct amounts at the appropriate time. Studying bacterial transcription initiation in Escherichia coli has served as a model for understanding transcriptional control throughout all kingdoms of life. Every step in the pathway between gene and function is exploited to exercise this control, but for reasons of economy, it is plain that the key step to regulate is the initiation of RNA-transcript formation.",
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