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Pathways authored by Conaway, Ron C (111075)
Details on Person Conaway, Ron C
|_displayName||Conaway, Ron C|
|affiliation||[Affiliation:1247356] Stowers Institute for Medical Research|
|created||[InstanceEdit:75936] Joshi-Tope, G, 2003-09-11 07:35:00|
|modified||[InstanceEdit:1247353] D'Eustachio, P, 2011-04-01|
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
|(author)||[InstanceEdit:75957] Conaway, JW, Conaway, RC, 2003-09-11|
[InstanceEdit:75964] Comai, L, Conaway, JW, Conaway, RC, Gustafsson, CM, Hernandez, N, Hu, P, Larsson, N-G, Proudfoot, NJ, Reinberg, D, Timmers, HTM, 2003-09-11
[InstanceEdit:158018] Conaway, JW, Conaway, RC, Proudfoot, NJ, Reinberg, D, Timmers, HTM, 2005-01-12
[LiteratureReference:110395] ATP activates transcription initiation from promoters by RNA polymerase II in a reversible step prior to RNA synthesis.
[LiteratureReference:111267] Promoter escape by RNA polymerase II. Formation of an escape-competent transcriptional intermediate is a prerequisite for exit of polymerase from the promoter.
[LiteratureReference:111276] A role for TFIIH in controlling the activity of early RNA polymerase II elongation complexes.
[LiteratureReference:113793] The RNA polymerase II elongation complex.
[LiteratureReference:113795] Control of elongation by RNA polymerase II.
[LiteratureReference:208138] Structure of the Cul1-Rbx1-Skp1-F boxSkp2 SCF ubiquitin ligase complex
[LiteratureReference:212866] The mammalian Mediator complex
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