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SEQUENCE ONTOLOGY - ANNOTATIONS

The Sequence Types and Features Ontology (SO) is downloaded weekly from the SourceForge CVS repository at http://song.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/song/ontology/. For more information about this ontology, see the Sequence Ontology Home Page at http://www.sequenceontology.org/.

Term:minus_35_signal
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Accession:SO:0000176 term browser browse the term
Definition:A conserved hexamer about 35-bp upstream of the start point of bacterial transcription units; consensus=TTGACa or TGTTGACA. This region is associated with sigma factor 70.
Comment:Changed from is_a SO:0000713 DNA_motif to is_a SO:0002312 core_prokaryotic_promoter_element in response to GREEKC Initiative Dave Sant Aug 2020. Changed from is_a SO:0002312 core_prokaryotic_promoter_element back to is_a SO:0000713 DNA_motif to be consistent with minus_12_signal and minus_24_signal on 12 July 2021.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: -35 signal;   INSDC_qualifier:minus_35_signal;   minus 35 signal
 broad_synonym: INSDC_feature:regulatory



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      region 0
        biological_region 0
          sequence_motif 0
            nucleotide_motif 0
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                minus_35_signal 0
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      region 0
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          gene_group 0
            gene 0
              gene_member_region 0
                regulatory_region 0
                  transcriptional_cis_regulatory_region 0
                    promoter 0
                      prokaryotic_promoter 0
                        bacterial_RNApol_promoter 0
                          bacterial_RNApol_promoter_sigma_ecf_element 0
                            minus_35_signal 0
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