The Bacillus subtilis transition state regulator AbrB su is a DNA-binding protein that acts on several genes either as activator, repressor, or preventer. However, among genes under its control, neither common binding sites could be identified nor could the structural features of this broad and specific interaction be elucidated. Attempts to elucidate these interesting features by crystallizing...
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