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Solution structure and dynamics of GCN4 cognate DNA: NMR investigations

Interplay between GCN2 and GCN4 expression, translation elongation factor 1 mutations and translational fidelity in yeast

Sch9p kinase and the Gcn4p transcription factor regulate glycerol production during winemaking

Fail-safe mechanism of GCN4 translational control—uORF2 promotes reinitiation by analogous mechanism to uORF1 and thus secures its key role in GCN4 expression

DNA-binding domain of GCN4 induces bending of both the ATF/CREB and AP-1 binding sites of DNA

An upstream ORF with non-AUG start codon is translated in vivo but dispensable for translational control of GCN4 mRNA

Activation-induced disruption of nucleosome position clusters on the coding regions of Gcn4-dependent genes extends into neighbouring genes

Gcn4 misregulation reveals a direct role for the evolutionary conserved EKC/KEOPS in the t6A modification of tRNAs

Different positioning elements select poly(A) sites at the 3′-end of GCN4 mRNA in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

In situ monitoring of peptide-bound dsDNA selection on a GCN4-bZIP-immobilized quartz-crystal microbalance

In vitro selection by using mutated GCN4-bZIP peptides for analysis of peptide-DNA interactions

DNA-mediated assembly of weakly interacting DNA-binding protein subunits: in vitro recruitment of phage 434 repressor and yeast GCN4 DNA-binding domains

OP002 The GCN2/eIF2α/ATF4 signaling pathway is necessary for autophagy response to infection with Crohn's disease-associated adherent-invasive Escherichia coli

Gcn4p and the Crabtree effect of yeast: drawing the causal model of the Crabtree effect in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and explaining evolutionary trade-offs of adaptation to galactose through systems biology

P004. Activation of the GCN2/eIF2alpha/ATF4 signaling pathway triggers autophagy response to infection with Crohn’s disease-associated adherent-invasive Escherichia coli


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A gene for a yeast transcription factor that binds, as a dimer, to the sequence TGA[C/G]TCA. The protein has a leucine zipper, and resembles FOS and JUN.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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