Pseudomonas rnk leader

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Pseudomonas rnk leader
Pseudomonas rnk leader.png
Conserved secondary structure of rnk leader showing the fraction of canonical base pairs
Identifiers
Symbol rnk_pseudo
Rfam RF01772
Other data
RNA type Cis-reg; leader
Domain(s) Pseudomonas
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The Pseudomonas rnk leader is a putative attenuator element identified by bioinformatics within bacteria of the γ-proteobacterial Pseudomonas genus.[1] It is located upstream of the rnk gene, encoding a nucleoside diphosphate kinase regulator, and presents a Rho-independent terminator at the 3' end. This RNA is presumed to operate as a non-coding leader, which regulatory mechanism remains to be elucidated. The motif might be related to other rnk-and greA-leaders, such the Enterobacteria rnk leader and Enterobacteria greA leader.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Naville, M; Gautheret, D (2010). "Premature terminator analysis sheds light on a hidden world of bacterial transcriptional attenuation.". Genome Biology. 11 (9): R97. PMC 2965389Freely accessible. PMID 20920266. doi:10.1186/gb-2010-11-9-r97. 

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