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, 2 (3), 193-201

Multifunctional DNA-binding Proteins in Yeast

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Multifunctional DNA-binding Proteins in Yeast

T Doorenbosch et al. Gene Expr.

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Figure 1
Figure 1
Model representing the different functions of a multifunctional protein, e.g., ABF1. Additional proteins X, Y, and Z, interacting with different putative domains of ABF1, may be other protein factors binding to adjacent nucleotide elements, protein-binding factors, or (structural) nuclear components.
Figure 2
Figure 2
Schematic representation of mating-type elements on Chromosome III (not drawn to scale). E and I (in bold) indicate the silencer regions flanking the silent loci. P represents the promoter in the silent loci.

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