The transcription of DNA into RNA lies at the heart of gene activation. It is a process tightly controlled by complex interactions between intracellular proteins and the DNA. This book is a landmark account of these controls, derived from the work of over 40 leading laboratories worldwide. It is intended as a definitive reference work for this evolving field.
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A monograph comprising 48 contributions, beginning with an introduction (Transcriptional Regulation: Elegance in Design and Discovery), and then addressing topics in RNA polymerase (five chapters), initiation/ complexes (seven chapters), termination/attenuation (three chapters), structural studies (six chapters), regulatory factors (13 chapters),
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Book Description Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0879694106