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core promoter


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core promoter

Fast Evolution of Core Promoters in Primate Genomes

Sequence features of yeast and human core promoters that are predictive of maximal promoter activity

The core-independent promoter-specific interaction of primary sigma factor

Differentiation of core promoter architecture between plants and mammals revealed by LDSS analysis

Large-scale structural analysis of the core promoter in mammalian and plant genomes

Core promoter elements of eukaryotic genes have a highly distinctive mechanical property

A conserved core element is functionally important for maize mitochondrial promoter activity in vitro

Distinct Role of Core Promoter Architecture in Regulation of Light-Mediated Responses in Plant Genes

Characterization of sINR, a strict version of the Initiator core promoter element

Characteristics of Core Promoter Types with respect to Gene Structure and Expression in Arabidopsis thaliana

Genetic Characterization of rbt Mutants That Enhance Basal Transcription from Core Promoters inSaccharomyces cerevisiae

Predicting Polymerase II Core Promoters by Cooperating Transcription Factor Binding Sites in Eukaryotic Genes

ProSOM: core promoter prediction based on unsupervised clustering of DNA physical profiles

Synergy of human Pol II core promoter elements revealed by statistical sequence analysis

DTIE, a novel core promoter element that directs start site selection in TATA-less genes

Hepatitis B Virus Basal Core Promoter Mutation and DNA Load Correlate with Expression of Hepatitis B Core Antigen in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis B

Highly redundant function of multiple AT-rich sequences as core promoter elements in the TATA-less RPS5 promoter of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Sp1 and AP2 regulate but do not constitute TATA‐less human TAFII55 core promoter activity

 

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a stretch of DNA upstream from the transcription start site of a eukaryote gene at which a complex of general transcription factors such as TFIID, TFIIB, and others is formed with RNA polymerase II prior to initiation of transcription.

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