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Gardocki M E, Lopes JM.  2003.  Expression of the yeast PIS1 gene requires multiple regulatory elements including a Rox1p binding site.. J Biol Chem. 278(40):38646-52.
Griffith KL, Shah IM, Myers TE, O'Neill MC, Wolf RE.  2002.  Evidence for "pre-recruitment" as a new mechanism of transcription activation in Escherichia coli: the large excess of SoxS binding sites per cell relative to the number of SoxS molecules per cell.. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 291(4):979-86.
Griffith KL, Grossman AD.  2008.  Inducible protein degradation in Bacillus subtilis using heterologous peptide tags and adaptor proteins to target substrates to the protease ClpXP.. Mol Microbiol. 70(4):1012-25.
Griffith KL, Wolf RE.  2002.  A comprehensive alanine scanning mutagenesis of the Escherichia coli transcriptional activator SoxS: identifying amino acids important for DNA binding and transcription activation.. J Mol Biol. 322(2):237-57.
Griffith KL, Fitzpatrick MM, Keen EF, Wolf RE.  2009.  Two functions of the C-terminal domain of Escherichia coli Rob: mediating "sequestration-dispersal" as a novel off-on switch for regulating Rob's activity as a transcription activator and preventing degradation of Rob by Lon protease.. J Mol Biol. 388(3):415-30.
Griffith KL, Shah IM, Wolf RE.  2004.  Proteolytic degradation of Escherichia coli transcription activators SoxS and MarA as the mechanism for reversing the induction of the superoxide (SoxRS) and multiple antibiotic resistance (Mar) regulons.. Mol Microbiol. 51(6):1801-16.
Griffith KL, Becker SM, Wolf RE.  2005.  Characterization of TetD as a transcriptional activator of a subset of genes of the Escherichia coli SoxS/MarA/Rob regulon.. Mol Microbiol. 56(4):1103-17.
Griffith KL, Grossman AD.  2008.  A degenerate tripartite DNA-binding site required for activation of ComA-dependent quorum response gene expression in Bacillus subtilis.. J Mol Biol. 381(2):261-75.

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