Parets-Soler A (1989) Base substitutions in the 5' non-coding regions of two naturally occurring yeast invertase structural SUC genes cause strong differences in specific invertase activities. Curr Genet 15(4):299-301
Abstract: Gene SUC4 produced about four fold more invertase activity than did gene SUC5. However, these genes differ in only three positions located in the 5' non-coding region. The difference in gene expression between SUC4 and SUC5 must be due to the G to A transition (position-497) and/or the C toT transition (position -460) in the upstream activator sequences. The sequence TACAAA present in SUC5 can play the same role than the TATAAA box of SUC4.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 2665959|
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