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|Title:||Similar short elements in the 5' regions of the STA2 and SGA genes from Saccharomyces cerevisiae|
|Authors:||Pardo, José M.; Iáñez, E.; Zalacaín, Magdalena; Claros, M. G.; Jiménez Díaz, Antonio|
|Citation:||FEBS Letters 239(2): 179- 184 (1988)|
|Abstract:||The 5' region of the SGA and STA2 genes, encoding the intra- and extracellular glucoamylases, respectively, from Saccharomyces cerevisiae have been sequenced. In addition, the transcription initiation sites have been determined. Four distinct short elements (named I to IV) were found in both genes. Element III has the consensus sequence PuCATTTAPiG with a bilateral symmetry around the central T, and is present in both genes as a direct repeat. This motive seems responsible for the coregulation of STA2 and SGA by the repressor STA10 gene of S. cerevisiae.|
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