Archaebacteria and the Three Kingdoms
badger at phylo.life.uiuc.edu
Fri Apr 15 15:31:47 EST 1994
robison1 at husc10.harvard.edu (Keith Robison) writes:
>Two other articles noting possible similarities between archean
>and eukaryotic transcription machinery are:
> Ouzounis & Sander. Cell 71:189 1992.
> Creti et al. NAR 21:2942 1993.
>(does someone have the complete Marsh citation handy?).
Actually, "Transcription Factor IID in the Archea: Sequences in the Thermococus
celer Genome Would Encode a Product Closely Related to the TATA Binding Protein
of Eukaryotes" by Terry L. Marsh, Claudia L. Reich, Robert B. Whitelock, and
Gary J. Olsen will appear in the issue of PNAS coming out next week. (I had
read a draft a couple of months ago and thought it was already out).
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