The 26S Proteasome and Initiation of Gene Transcription
AbstractTranscription activation is the foremost step of gene expression and is modulated by various factors that act in synergy. Misregulation of this process and its associated factors has severe effects and hence requires strong regulatory control. In recent years, growing evidence has highlighted the 26S proteasome as an important contributor to the regulation of transcription initiation. Well known for its role in protein destruction, its contribution to protein synthesis was initially viewed with skepticism. However, studies over the past several years have established the proteasome as an important component of transcription initiation through proteolytic and non-proteolytic activities. In this review, we discuss findings made so far in understanding the connections between transcription initiation and the 26S proteasome complex. View Full-Text
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Durairaj, G.; Kaiser, P. The 26S Proteasome and Initiation of Gene Transcription. Biomolecules 2014, 4, 827-847.
Durairaj G, Kaiser P. The 26S Proteasome and Initiation of Gene Transcription. Biomolecules. 2014; 4(3):827-847.Chicago/Turabian Style
Durairaj, Geetha; Kaiser, Peter. 2014. "The 26S Proteasome and Initiation of Gene Transcription." Biomolecules 4, no. 3: 827-847.