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The method of contextual analysis of polynucleotide sequences 1. the direct repeats within gene regions of beta beta' sigma subunits of escherichia coli rna polymerase



The method of contextual analysis of polynucleotide sequences 1. the direct repeats within gene regions of beta beta' sigma subunits of escherichia coli rna polymerase



Molekulyarnaya Biologiya (Moscow) 19(2): 524-536



A new method of contextual analysis of polynucleotide sequences in developed. The method finds nonrandom repeats in the sequences of N bases in length with given nucleotide frequences. The coding regions of genes specifying .beta.-, .beta.'-, .sigma. subunits of E. coli RNA polymerase were analyzed. The high content of short repeats was found to correspoond to the secondary structure of globular proteins coded by the genes. The possible evolutionary role of the nonrandom direct repeats incoding regions of genes is discussed.

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