Identification of phage SP01 proteins coded by regulatory genes 33 and 34

Abstract

Bacillus subtilis phage SP01 induces polypeptides of 24,000 and 13,500 daltons that are bound to a form of RNA polymerase that directs phage “late” transcription in vitro. These proteins are the products of SP01 genes 34 and 33, regulatory cistrons that control “late” gene expression in vivo.

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