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Nature. 1984 Dec 13-19;312(5995):612-5.

A bacterial repressor protein or a yeast transcriptional terminator can block upstream activation of a yeast gene.


A bacterial repressor protein blocks transcription of a gene in yeast when its operator is placed in the promoter between the upstream activator sequence and the transcription start point. Putative transcription terminators from yeast installed in the same region of the promoter have a similar effect.

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