Bacteriophage T4 gene expression. Evidence for two classes of prereplicative cistrons.



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T4 gene expression begins with "early promoters" being identifiable immediately following infection, with "quasi-late promoters" appearing approximately 90s after. Immediate early and Delayed early RNA was originally thought to be exclusively regulated by "early promoters" however quasi-late promoters may play a role in some of these processes as well.


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