BldD fromStreptomyces coelicoloris a non-essential global regulator that binds its own promoter as a dimer
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We have shown that the bldD gene of Streptomyces coelicolor, while required for antibiotic production and morphological differentiation, is not essential for viability. We have also demonstrated that BldD forms a higher order complex both in solution and when bound to target DNA. Purified BldD exists in three forms in solution, as a tetramer, dimer and monomer, but only in the dimeric form when bound to its own promoter/operator.
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