Ribosome binding site from the sodA Staphylococcus aureus gene
sodA is a ribosome binding site that has been shown to be effective at generating fluorescent reporter signal in S.aureus/S.epidermidis hosts (Malone et al., 2007). sarA P1 BBa_K1323021 promoter with sodA RBS generates higher level of protein expression than sarA P1 promoter with sarA RBS ribosome binding site (Malone et al., 2007). Sequence is taken from Malone et al., 2009 paper and synthesized by Biobasic.
Sequence and Features
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Franke, G. C., Dobinsky, S., Mack, D., Wang, C. J., Sobottka, I., Christner, M., Knobloch, J. K., Horstkotte, M. A., Aepfelbacher, M., & Rohde, H. (2007). Expression and functional characterization of gfpmut3.1 and its unstable variants in Staphylococcus epidermidis. Journal of Microbiological methods 71, 123-132.