Riboregulator Lock 1
Biobricked version of Isaacs' riboregulator cis repressed lock, crR12.
Usage and Biology
This part was made from the riboregulator lock described by Isaacs et al. in their 2004 publication (see references).
The part sequence contains a ribosome binding site with a short complementary sequence upstream. When this piece is transcribed into mRNA it forms a stem-loop structure which "locks" the ribosome binding site. This folded mRNA structure is known as the 'cis-repressed' part. Part is also available with a constituitively on promoter as BBa_J01060
Isaacs documentation (see reference #1):
Sequence secondary structure forms a stem-loop with two dispersed "bulge" sites (formed by intentionally mismatched base pairings) which destabilize the stem-loop enough to allow the corresponding taR12 "key1" to interject itself and open the loop.
Sequence and Features
- 10COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 12COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 21COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 23COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 25COMPATIBLE WITH RFC
- 1000COMPATIBLE WITH RFC