Figure 6.

The conserved motif around the start site of cluster five genes. The program MEME was used to identify a conserved motif in the 400 nt region around the translational start point of cluster five genes (compare Table 2). A. The region is shown schematically, and the numbering refers to the translational start point. Because the majority of haloarchaeal transcripts are leaderless, the transcriptional and the translational start points often nearly coincide. The basal promoter elements "transcription factor B recognition element" (BRE) and "TATA box" are indicated at positions they would have for leaderless transcripts. Gene identifiers [23] are shown to the left. The conserved motif and its direction are indicated by arrows which are drawn to scale. B. The sequence logo of the conserved motif of cluster five genes (generated with MEME).

Baumann et al. BMC Cell Biology 2007 8:21   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-8-21
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