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We have isolated mutants that are deficient in single-stranded DNA binding, but activate transcription both in vivo and in vitro, 32 indicating that the single-stranded DNA-binding activity is not required for transcriptional activation. Furthermore, we have isolated mutations in the C-terminal domain that cause defects only in transcriptional activation. 32These results suggest that N4SSB, unlike prototypical transcriptional activators, activates transcription at N4 late promoters by direct interaction with E.
257, 7820 (1982). [21 SINGLE-STRANDED DNA-BINDINGPROTEINS 15 (PCR) amplification. 1% Triton X-100 (v/v)] containing 250 tzM of each dNTP in a total volume of 15/zl. In most cases, 2 mM MgSO4 is sufficient to achieve optimal primer extension, although adjustments are sometimes necessary for specific template-primer pairs. Two units of Vent (exo-) DNA polymer° ase (New England Biolabs, Beverly, MA) are added and the mixture is overlaid with one drop of mineral oil. Twenty PCR cycles are performed using the following program: 20 sec at 95 °, 20 sec at the melting temperature of the specific primer used, and 20 sec at 72°.