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    1. Arenghi, FLG; Barbieri, P; Bertoni, G; de Lorenzo, V
      New insights into the activation of o-xylene biodegradation in Pseudomonasstutzeri OX1 by pathway substrates

      EMBO REPORTS
    2. Jaspers, MCM; Sturme, M; van der Meer, JR
      Unusual location of two nearby pairs of upstream activating sequences for HbpR, the main regulatory protein for the 2-hydroxybiphenyl degradation pathway of 'Pseudomonas azelaica' HBP1

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    3. Colnaghi, R; Rudnick, P; He, LH; Green, A; Yan, DL; Larson, E; Kennedy, C
      Lethality of glnD null mutations in Azotobacter vinelandii is suppressibleby prevention of glutamine synthetase adenylylation

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    4. Self, WT; Hasona, A; Shanmugam, KT
      N-terminal truncations in the FhlA protein result in formate- and MoeA-independent expression of the hyc (formate hydrogenlyase) operon of Escherichia coli

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    5. Prouty, MG; Correa, NE; Klose, KE
      The novel sigma(54)- and sigma(28)-dependent flagellar gene transcription hierarchy of Vibrio cholerae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Barrett, J; Ray, P; Sobczyk, A; Little, R; Dixon, R
      Concerted inhibition of the transcriptional activation functions of the enhancer-binding protein NIFA by the anti-activator NIFL

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Chaney, M; Grande, R; Wigneshweraraj, SR; Cannon, W; Casaz, P; Gallegos, MT; Schumacher, J; Jones, S; Elderkin, S; Dago, AE; Morett, E; Buck, M
      Binding of transcriptional activators to sigma 54 in the presence of the transition state analog ADP-aluminum fluoride: insights into activator mechanochemical action

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    8. Pedrosa, FO; Benelli, EM; Yates, MG; Wassem, R; Monteiro, RA; Klassen, G; Steffens, MBR; Souza, EM; Chubatsu, LS; Rigo, LU
      Recent developments in the structural organization and regulation of nitrogen fixation genes in Herbaspirillum seropedicae

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    9. Volkman, BF; Lipson, D; Wemmer, DE; Kern, D
      Two-state allosteric behavior in a single-domain signaling protein

      SCIENCE
    10. Lee, SY; Cho, HS; Pelton, JG; Yan, DL; Berry, EA; Wemmer, DE
      Crystal structure of activated CheY - Comparison with other activated receiver domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Yildiz, FH; Dolganov, NA; Schoolnik, GK
      VpsR, a member of the response regulators of the two-component regulatory systems, is required for expression of vps biosynthesis genes and EPSETr-associated phenotypes in Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    12. Sun, H; Shi, WY
      Genetic studies of mrp, a locus essential for cellular aggregation and sporulation of Myxococcus xanthus

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    13. Monteiro, RA; de Souza, EM; Wassem, R; Yates, MG; Pedrosa, FO; Chubatsu, LS
      Inter-domain cross-talk controls the NifA protein activity of Herbaspirillum seropedicae

      FEBS LETTERS
    14. Garmendia, J; de Lorenzo, V
      Visualization of DNA-protein intermediates during activation of the Pu promoter of the TOL plasmid of Pseudomonas putida

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    15. Cannon, WV; Gallegos, MT; Buck, M
      Isomerization of a binary sigma-promoter DNA complex by transcription activators

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    16. Cheng, HM; Lin, M; Ping, SZ; Jia, SR
      Construction and characterization of partially ntrC-deleted mutants in Alcaligenes faecalis

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    17. Spinosa, M; Riccio, A; Mandrich, L; Manco, G; Lamberti, A; Iaccarino, M; Merrick, M; Patriarca, EJ
      Inhibition of glutamine synthetase II expression by the product of the gstI gene

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Miyamoto, CM; Lin, YH; Meighen, EA
      Control of bioluminescence in Vibrio fischeri by the LuxO signal response regulator

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Correa, NE; Lauriano, CM; McGee, R; Klose, KE
      Phosphorylation of the flagellar regulatory protein FlrC is necessary for Vibrio cholerae motility and enhanced colonization

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Guo, YL; Lew, CM; Gralla, JD
      Promoter opening by sigma(54) and sigma(70) RNA polymerases: sigma factor-directed alterations in the mechanism and tightness of control

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    21. Siam, R; Marczynski, GT
      Cell cycle regulator phosphorylation stimulates two distinct modes of binding at a chromosome replication origin

      EMBO JOURNAL
    22. Wise, AA; Kuske, CR
      Generation of novel bacterial regulatory proteins that detect priority pollutant phenols

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    23. Ninfa, AJ; Jiang, P; Atkinson, MR; Peliska, JA
      Integration of antagonistic signals in the regulation of nitrogen assimilation in Escherichia coli

      CURRENT TOPICS IN CELLULAR REGULATION, VOL 36
    24. Schulz, A; Langowski, J; Rippe, K
      The effect of the DNA conformation on the rate of NtrC activated transcription of Escherichia coli RNA polymerase center dot sigma(54) holoenzyme

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Chamnongpol, S; Groisman, EA
      Acetyl phosphate-dependent activation of a mutant PhoP response regulator that functions independently of its cognate sensor kinase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    26. Venien-Bryan, C; Schertler, GFX; Thouvenin, E; Courty, S
      Projection structure of a transcriptional regulator, HupR, determined by electron cryo-microscopy

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Chaney, M; Pitt, M; Buck, M
      Sequences within the DNA cross-linking patch of sigma(54) involved in promoter recognition, sigma isomerization, and open complex formation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Zhao, SM; Zhu, Q; Somerville, RL
      The sigma(70) transcription factor TyrR has zinc-stimulated phosphatase activity that is inhibited by ATP and tyrosine

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    29. Skarfstad, E; O'Neill, E; Garmendia, J; Shingler, V
      Identification of an effector specificity subregion within the aromatic-responsive regulators DmpR and XylR by DNA shuffling

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    30. Leonhartsberger, S; Ehrenreich, A; Bock, A
      Analysis of the domain structure and the DNA binding site of the transcriptional activator FhlA

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Rippe, K
      Simultaneous binding of two DNA duplexes to the NtrC-enhancer complex studied by two-color fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. Hsieh, M; Hsu, HM; Hwang, SF; Wen, FC; Yu, JS; Wen, CC; Li, C
      The hydrophobic heptad repeat in Region III of Escherichia coli transcription factor sigma 54 is essential for core RNA polymerase binding

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    33. Chaney, M; Buck, M
      The sigma 54 DNA-binding domain includes a determinant of enhancer responsiveness

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Oguiza, JA; Gallegos, MT; Chaney, MK; Cannon, WV; Buck, M
      Involvement of the sigma(N) DNA-binding domain in open complex formation

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    35. Atkinson, MR; Ninfa, AJ
      Characterization of the GlnK protein of Escherichia coli

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    36. Sze, CC; Shingler, V
      The alarmone (p)ppGpp mediates physiological-responsive control at the sigma(54)-dependent Po promoter

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    37. Cannon, W; Gallegos, MT; Casaz, P; Buck, M
      Amino-terminal sequences of sigma(N) (sigma(54)) inhibit RNA polymerase isomerization

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    38. Dorrell, N; Guigue-Talet, P; Spencer, S; Foulonge, V; O'Callaghan, D; Wren, BW
      Investigation into the role of the response regulator NtrC in the metabolism and virulence of Brucella suis

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    39. Monteiro, RA; Souza, EM; Yates, MG; Pedrosa, FO; Chubatsu, LS
      In-trans regulation of the N-truncated-NIFA protein of Herbaspirillum seropedicae by the N-terminal domain

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    40. Dusha, I; Austin, S; Dixon, R
      The upstream region of the nodD3 gene of Sinorhizobium meliloti carries enhancer sequences for the transcriptional activator NtrC

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    41. Cannon, W; Chaney, M; Buck, M
      Characterisation of holoenzyme lacking sigma(N) regions I and II

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    42. Guo, YL; Wang, L; Gralla, JD
      A fork junction DNA-protein switch that controls promoter melting by the bacterial enhancer-dependent sigma factor

      EMBO JOURNAL
    43. Schroeckh, V; Wenderoth, R; Kujau, M; Knupfer, U; Riesenberg, D
      The use of elements of the E-coli Ntr-system for the design of an optimized recombinant expression system for high cell density cultivations

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    44. Arenghi, FLG; Pinti, M; Galli, E; Barbieri, P
      Identification of the Pseudomonas stutzeri OX1 toluene-o-xylene monooxygenase regulatory gene (touR) and of its cognate promoter

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    45. Casaz, P; Gallegos, MT; Buck, M
      Systematic analysis of sigma(54) N-terminal sequences identifies regions involved in positive and negative regulation of transcription

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    46. Gallegos, MT; Buck, M
      Sequences in sigma(N) determining holoenzyme formation and properties

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    47. O'Neill, E; Sze, CC; Shingler, V
      Novel effector control through modulation of a preexisting binding site ofthe aromatic-responsive sigma(54)-dependent regulator DmpR

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    48. Gallegos, MT; Cannon, WV; Buck, M
      Functions of the sigma(54) region I in Trans and implications for transcription activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. Jiang, P; Ninfa, AJ
      Regulation of autophosphorylation of Escherichia coli nitrogen regulator II by the PII signal transduction protein

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    50. Kelly, MT; Hoover, TR
      Mutant forms of Salmonella typhimurium sigma(54) defective in transcription initiation but not promoter binding activity

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    51. Missaillidis, S; Jaseja, M; Ray, P; Chittock, R; Wharton, CW; Drake, AF; Buck, M; Hyde, EI
      Secondary structure of the C-terminal DNA-binding domain of the transcriptional activator NifA from Klebsiella pneumoniae: Spectroscopic analyses

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    52. Bantscheff, M; Glocker, MO
      Probing the tertiary structure of multidomain proteins by limited proteolysis and mass spectrometry

      EUROPEAN MASS SPECTROMETRY
    53. XIAO H; SHEN SJ; ZHU JB
      NIFL, AN ANTAGONISTIC REGULATOR OF NIFA INTERACTING WITH NIFA

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    54. ATKINSON MR; NINFA AJ
      ROLE OF THE GLNK SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PROTEIN IN THE REGULATION OF NITROGEN ASSIMILATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Molecular microbiology
    55. KLOSE KE; MEKALANOS JJ
      DISTINCT ROLES OF AN ALTERNATIVE SIGMA-FACTOR DURING BOTH FREE-SWIMMING AND COLONIZING PHASES OF THE VIBRIO-CHOLERAE PATHOGENIC CYCLE

      Molecular microbiology
    56. TATE R; RICCIO A; MERRICK M; PATRIARCA EJ
      THE RHIZOBIUM-ETLI AMTB GENE CODING FOR AN NH4-REGULATED EARLY DURINGBACTEROID DIFFERENTIATION( TRANSPORTER IS DOWN)

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    57. BOWMAN WC; KRANZ RG
      A BACTERIAL ATP-DEPENDENT, ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN THAT ACTIVATES THE HOUSEKEEPING RNA-POLYMERASE

      Genes & development
    58. PREMAKUMAR R; PAU RN; MITCHENALL LA; EASO M; BISHOP PE
      REGULATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATORS ANFA AND VNFA BY METALS AND AMMONIUM IN AZOTOBACTER-VINELANDII

      FEMS microbiology letters
    59. SEVENICH FW; LANGOWSKI J; WEISS V; RIPPE K
      DNA-BINDING AND OLIGOMERIZATION OF NTRC STUDIED BY FLUORESCENCE ANISOTROPY AND FLUORESCENCE CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY

      Nucleic acids research
    60. BERTONI G; FUJITA N; ISHIHAMA A; DELORENZO V
      ACTIVE RECRUITMENT OF SIGMA(54) RNA-POLYMERASE TO THE PU PROMOTER OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA - ROLE OF IHF AND ALPHA-CTD

      EMBO journal (Print)
    61. BARRIOS H; GRANDE R; OLVERA L; MORETT E
      IN-VIVO GENOMIC FOOTPRINTING ANALYSIS REVEALS THAT THE COMPLEX BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM FIXRNIFA PROMOTER REGION IS DIFFERENTLY OCCUPIED BY2 DISTINCT RNA-POLYMERASE HOLOENZYMES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    62. CULLEN PJ; BOWMAN WC; HARTNETT DF; REILLY SC; KRANZ RG
      TRANSLATIONAL ACTIVATION BY AN NTRC ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    63. KERN M; KAMP PB; PASCHEN A; MASEPOHL B; KLIPP W
      EVIDENCE FOR A REGULATORY LINK OF NITROGEN-FIXATION AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN RHODOBACTER-CAPSULATUS VIA HVRA

      Journal of bacteriology
    64. SYED A; GRALLA JD
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN N-TERMINAL REGION OF SIGMA-54 REQUIRED FOR ENHANCER RESPONSIVENESS

      Journal of bacteriology (Print)
    65. GAO Y; WANG YK; HOOVER TR
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE PHOSPHATE-BINDING LOOP OF RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI DCTD, A SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR

      Journal of bacteriology
    66. WANG YK; LEE JH; BREWER JM; HOOVER TR
      A CONSERVED REGION IN THE SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR DCTD IS INVOLVED IN BOTH BINDING TO RNA-POLYMERASE AND COUPLING ATP HYDROLYSIS TO ACTIVATION

      Molecular microbiology
    67. WEBBER CA; KADNER RJ
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE AMINO-TERMINAL PHOSPHORYLATION MODULE OF UHPA IN ACTIVATION OF UHPT TRANSCRIPTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Molecular microbiology
    68. SYED A; GRALLA JD
      ISOLATION AND PROPERTIES OF ENHANCER-BYPASS MUTANTS OF SIGMA-54

      Molecular microbiology
    69. ZINCHENKO V; BABYKIN M; GLASER V; MEKHEDOV S; SHESTAKOV S
      MUTATION IN NTRC GENE LEADING TO THE DEREPRESSION OF NITROGENASE SYNTHESIS IN RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    70. LEAHY JG; JOHNSON GR; OLSEN RH
      CROSS-REGULATION OF TOLUENE MONOOXYGENASES BY THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATORS TBMR AND TBUT

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    71. RAMOS JL; MARQUES S; TIMMIS KN
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF THE PSEUDOMONAS TOL PLASMID CATABOLIC OPERONS IS ACHIEVED THROUGH AN INTERPLAY OF HOST FACTORS AND PLASMID-ENCODED REGULATORS

      Annual review of microbiology
    72. GEIDUSCHEK EP
      TRANSCRIPTION - PATHS TO ACTIVATION OF TRANSCRIPTION

      Science
    73. PTASHNE M; GANN A
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY RECRUITMENT

      Nature
    74. WANG JT; SYED A; GRALLA JD
      MULTIPLE PATHWAYS TO BYPASS THE ENHANCER REQUIREMENT OF SIGMA-54 RNA-POLYMERASE - ROLES FOR DNA AND PROTEIN DETERMINANTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    75. CANNON WV; CHANEY MK; WANG XY; BUCK M
      2 DOMAINS WITHIN SIGMA(N) (SIGMA(54)) COOPERATE FOR DNA-BINDING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. VENIENBRYAN C; BALAVOINE F; TOUSSAINT B; MIOSKOWSKI C; HEWAT EA; HELME B; VIGNAIS PM
      STRUCTURAL STUDY OF THE RESPONSE REGULATOR HUPR FROM RHODOBACTER-CAPSULATUS - ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF 2-DIMENSIONAL CRYSTALS ON A NICKEL-CHELATING LIPID

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    77. DWORKIN J; JOVANOVIC G; MODEL P
      ROLE OF UPSTREAM ACTIVATION SEQUENCES AND INTEGRATION HOST FACTOR IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY THE CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE PROKARYOTIC ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN PSPF

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    78. NOHAILE M; KERN D; WEMMER D; STEDMAN K; KUSTU S
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF ACTIVATING AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTIONS IN THE RECEIVER DOMAIN OF NTRC - EVIDENCE FOR AN ACTIVATING SURFACE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    79. RIPPE K; GUTHOLD M; VONHIPPEL PH; BUSTAMANTE C
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION VIA DNA-LOOPING - VISUALIZATION OF INTERMEDIATES IN THE ACTIVATION PATHWAY OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI RNA POLYMERASE-CENTER-DOT-SIGMA(54) HOLOENZYME BY SCANNING FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    80. ASHRAF SI; KELLY MT; WANG YK; HOOVER TR
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI NIFH PROMOTER, USING THE P22 CHALLENGE PHAGE SYSTEM

      Journal of bacteriology
    81. SCHIRMER F; EHRT S; HILLEN W
      EXPRESSION, INDUCER SPECTRUM, DOMAIN-STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION OF MOPR,THE REGULATOR OF PHENOL DEGRADATION IN ACINETOBACTER-CALCOACETICUS NCIB8250

      Journal of bacteriology
    82. HEINRICH DW; GLASGOW AC
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF TYPE-4 PILIN GENES AND THE SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASE GENE, PIV, IN MORAXELLA-LACUNATA AND MORAXELLA-BOVIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    83. HE LH; SOUPENE E; KUSTU S
      NTRC IS REQUIRED FOR CONTROL OF KLEBSIELLA-PNEUMONIAE NIFL ACTIVITY

      Journal of bacteriology
    84. WANG YK; HOOVER TR
      ALTERATIONS WITHIN THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF THE SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR DCTD THAT PREVENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    85. JOHANSSON M; NORDLUND S
      URIDYLYLATION OF THE P-II PROTEIN IN THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIUM RHODOSPIRILLUM-RUBRUM

      Journal of bacteriology
    86. KORSA I; BOCK A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF FHLA MUTATIONS RESULTING IN LIGAND-INDEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION AND ATP HYDROLYSIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    87. QURESHI M; EYDMANN T; AUSTIN S; DIXON R
      TORSIONAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE FORMATION OF OPEN PROMOTER COMPLEXES ON DNA MINICIRCLES CARRYING SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT PROMOTERS

      Biochemistry
    88. STEWART BJ; MCCARTER LL
      VIBRIO-PARAHAEMOLYTICUS FLAJ, A HOMOLOG OF FLIS, IS REQUIRED FOR PRODUCTION OF A FLAGELLIN

      Molecular microbiology
    89. SHINGLER V
      SIGNAL SENSING BY SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT REGULATORS - DEREPRESSION AS A CONTROL MECHANISM

      Molecular microbiology
    90. CASES I; DELORENZO V; PEREZMARTIN J
      INVOLVEMENT OF SIGMA(54) IN EXPONENTIAL SILENCING OF THE PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA TOL PLASMID PU PROMOTER

      Molecular microbiology
    91. NORTH AK; WEISS DS; SUZUKI H; FLASHNER Y; KUSTU S
      REPRESSOR FORMS OF THE ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN NTRC - SOME FAIL IN COUPLING ATP HYDROLYSIS TO OPEN COMPLEX-FORMATION BY SIGMA(54)-HOLOENZYME

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    92. PEREZMARTIN J; DELORENZO V
      PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE PROKARYOTIC ENHANCER OF THE SIGMA(54)-PROMOTERS OF THE TOL PLASMID PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    93. PEREZMARTIN J; DELORENZO V
      IN-VITRO ACTIVITIES OF AN N-TERMINAL TRUNCATED FORM OF XYLR, A SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    94. WANG JT; GRALLA JD
      THE TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION PATHWAY OF SIGMA-54 MUTANTS THAT BYPASS THE ENHANCER PROTEIN REQUIREMENT - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MECHANISM OF ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. NG LC; ONEILL E; SHINGLER V
      GENETIC-EVIDENCE FOR INTERDOMAIN REGULATION OF THE PHENOL-RESPONSIVE SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR DMPR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. CULLEN PJ; BOWMAN WC; KRANZ RG
      IN-VITRO RECONSTITUTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RHODOBACTER-CAPSULATUS NTRB AND NTRC 2-COMPONENT SYSTEM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. BYRNE AM; OLSEN RH
      CASCADE REGULATION OF THE TOLUENE-3-MONOOXYGENASE OPERON (TBUA1UBVA2C) OF BURKHOLDERIA-PICKETTII PKO1 - ROLE OF THE TBUA1 PROMOTER (PTBUA1)IN THE EXPRESSION OF ITS COGNATE ACTIVATOR, TBUT

      Journal of bacteriology
    98. SZE CC; MOORE T; SHINGLER V
      GROWTH PHASE-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION OF THE SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT PO PROMOTER CONTROLLING THE PSEUDOMONAS-DERIVED (METHYL)PHENOL DMP OPERON OF PVI150

      Journal of bacteriology
    99. KAUFMAN RI; NIXON BT
      USE OF PCR TO ISOLATE GENES ENCODING SIGMA-54-DEPENDENT ACTIVATORS FROM DIVERSE BACTERIA

      Journal of bacteriology
    100. HOPPER S; KORSA I; BOCK A
      THE NUCLEOTIDE CONCENTRATION DETERMINES THE SPECIFICITY OF IN-VITRO TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATION BY THE SIGMA(54)-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR FHLA

      Journal of bacteriology


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