RBS site?

R. Jayakumar jakku at mrna.tn.nic.in
Fri Nov 10 00:38:15 EST 2000

the RBS in prokaryotes normally is of the form GGAGA or GGAGG also called as
the shine-Dalgarno sequence, which is present exactly 8 bp upstream of ATG
or start codon.  You can just look for this sequence upstream and you find
   best of luck

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----- Original Message -----
From: Susanne Rohrer <"srohrer(removethis)"@immv.unizh.ch>
To: <methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 10:22 PM
Subject: Re: RBS site?

> T V Naga Rama Chander wrote:
> > hello,
> > is there any website where i'll get collection of sequences that  can
> > serve as
> > prokaryotic ribosome binding site?
> I don't know a website, but from what I remember it should be a stretch
> of 3-9 nt, mainly A's / G's,  separated from the start codon by 5-10 bp.
> You should be able to guess it by eye. Something like AGGAGG would be
> good.  What do other people know? I looked it up again in a textbook,
> but there wasn't any more information than that.
> Susanne


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