Cold-inducible RNA-based thermosensor-7
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The pseudoknot structure is important to the function of cold-inducible RNA-based thermosensors. We designed the thermosensor by changing base pairing, base pair position and GC content in the pseudoknot region.
The natural cspA gene sequence is from Escherichia coli. The sequence we used is the 5'UTR of cspA. And we changed base pairing, base pair position and GC content of this sequence. We synthesized this sequence from a synthesis company.
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