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Affinité différentielle de la RNA polymérase pour divers polyribonucléotides synthétiques

  • L. Hirschbein
  • J.-M. Dubert
  • C. Babinet

Abstract

Using synthetic polyribonucleotides templates as models, the problems of attachment or detachment of DNA dependent-RNA polymerase to its template have been investigated. In addition, the hypothesis that sites of initiation or termination of transcription might be determined by some specific base sequences was tested with these models.

Keywords

Nous Avons Polymere Pair Nous Allons Specific Base Sequence Proprement Dite 
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Abréviations non usuelles

Poly A, Poly G, Poly C, Poly U et Poly I, respectivement

Homopolymères des ribonucléotides d’adénine, de guanine, de cytosine, d’uracile et d’inosine

tRNA

RNA de transfert

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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. Hirschbein
    • 1
  • J.-M. Dubert
    • 1
  • C. Babinet
    • 1
  1. 1.Services de Biochimie Cellulaire et de Génétique CellulaireInstitut Pasteur75 Paris-15France

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