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Positive regulation in the gram-positive bacterium: Bacillus subtilis

Positive regulation in the gram-positive bacterium: Bacillus subtilis

Annual Review of Microbiology 46: 429-459

Temporally and environmentally regulated gene expression in prokaryotes occurs primarily at the level of transcription initiation. Two main modes of regulation have been described, including either the binding of a repressor that blocks transcription or the interaction of a positive regulator with the transcription complex, leading to transcription initiation. Several classes can be distinguished among positive regulators according to their mechanisms of action.

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PMID: 1444263

DOI: 10.1146/annurev.mi.46.100192.002241

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