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Binding of the priming nucleotide in the initiation of transcription by T7 RNA polymerase.
Structure and function in promoter escape by T7 RNA polymerase.
Observed instability of T7 RNA polymerase elongation complexes can be dominated by collision-induced "bumping".
Structural confirmation of a bent and open model for the initiation complex of T7 RNA polymerase.
Twisted or shifted? Fluorescence measurements of late intermediates in transcription initiation by T7 RNA polymerase.
Promoter clearance by T7 RNA polymerase. Initial bubble collapse and transcript dissociation monitored by base analog fluorescence.
Cross-linking of promoter DNA to T7 RNA polymerase does not prevent formation of a stable elongation complex.
Initial bubble collapse plays a key role in the transition to elongation in T7 RNA polymerase.
Topological and conformational analysis of the initiation and elongation complex of t7 RNA polymerase suggests a new twist.
Mechanism of instability in abortive cycling by T7 RNA polymerase.
Dissociation of halted T7 RNA polymerase elongation complexes proceeds via a forward-translocation mechanism.
New insights into the mechanism of initial transcription: the T7 RNA polymerase mutant P266L transitions to elongation at longer RNA lengths than wild type.
Insights into the mechanism of initial transcription in Escherichia coli RNA polymerase.
Closed for business: exit-channel coupling to active site conformation in bacterial RNA polymerase.
3' end additions by T7 RNA polymerase are RNA self-templated, distributive and diverse in character-RNA-Seq analyses.
Efficient inhibition of RNA self-primed extension by addition of competing 3'-capture DNA-improved RNA synthesis by T7 RNA polymerase.
High-salt transcription of DNA cotethered with T7 RNA polymerase to beads generates increased yields of highly pure RNA.
RNA Polymerase II