Nucleotide Sequences 1986/1987: Bacteria and Bacteriophage. by Edwin J. Atencio, Howard S. Bilofsky and June Bossinger

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Sequence analysis and in vitro maturation o f five precursor 5S RNAs from bac il lus Q" ; Nucl Acid Res 8, 2193-2 2 1 1 ( 1980 ) KEYWORDS : 5S ribosomal RNA ; ribosomal RNA . Bac i l lus Q Bacil lus Q rRNA . clone p5S-Al . SOURCE : FEATURES : SITES : from key to desc r iption key site span descr iption rRNA 137 5S ribosomal RNA cursor 22 re fnumbr 1 1 numbered 1 in [ l ) - > RNA 1 1 5S rRNA precursor start - > rRNA 22 1 5S rRNA start rRNA < 137 1 5S rRNA end 172 1 5S rRNA precursor end RNA < ORIGIN : Start of 5S rRNA precurso r .

Rudolph , C . , Vasantha , N . and Guyer , M . ; " Chloramphenicol-inducible gene expression in Bac i l lus subt i l is" ; Gene 24 , 171-177 ( 1983 ) [ 2 ] ( bases 131 to 807 ) Harwood , C . R . , Wi l l iams , D . M . and Lovett , P . S . ; "Nucleotide sequence o f Baci l lus pumilus gene spec i fying chloramphenicol acetyltransferase" ; Gene 24 , 163-169 ( 1983 ) [ 3 ] ( bases 805 to 1256 ) Mongkolsuk , S . , Duval l , E . J . and Lovett , P . S . ; "Transcription termination s i gnal for the cat-86 indicator gene in Bac i l lus subt i l i s promoter-c loning plasmid" ; Gene 37 , 83-90 ( 1985 ) ( 4 ] ( bases 1 to 1256 ) Ambulos , N .

The open reading frame in C-1 , pos i t ions 442-65 1 , could encode a 69 AA protein . It is preceded by a strong r ibosome binding s i te , posi t ions 426-435 , and f o l l owed by a regi on of dyad symmetry characteristic of a t ranscripitonal terminator . SITES : key site span description re fnumbr 1 1 numbered 1 i n [ l ] ORIGIN : 2 bp upstream o f EcoRV site . SEQUENCE : 755 bp 281 a 133 c 141 g 200 t 1 atatccatga aat t t gcaga ggtttacaat caggtgaaat cagcgtgaat gat t t gaaag aaaaagaccc ttttgttgta aatgcagttc aagaagcaat 101 ggatagaata actaaacaca attcttaaaa tagc tataaa aagcaatcat t t ttattaag ccaaagacta actctttaca gagttagtcc t t t gtcattc 201 aaatagtata ccatgaacgc gaaaaaagaa tgacaaacga gttgtcattc tctctcctac acatggcaag cgattagtt t ttagtcacaa ggaaatgaaa 301 catctaatcc cac t t tt tac agtgtcggtt gtttctaaaa attagtatgt catcctaaca aggaaatata catccattat ttaccacgaa tacatttctt 40 1 ccacaatagg aaacttaaga aaaacaagga ggtgacacaa catggcaaac aacaacagca gcaacaacaa tgagttatta gtatacggtg c tgaacaagc 501 aatcgatcaa atgaaatatg aaatcgctag cgaatttggt gtaaac c t t g gtgctgatac aactgcacgt gcaaatggat cagtaggtgg cgaaatcaca 60 1 aagcgtcttg tgcaattagc tgagcaacaa ct tggcggcg gacgtttcta agacaact t t ataattgatg gc tgaaggaa gaatgggtcc ccattcttcc 70 1 ttttt gtacg aataaaaaag gaaggagaga gtatatgcag caacatcaat tagct BMEC2P : B .

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