Molecular Biology of the Cell 6th Edition

Published by Garland Science
ISBN 10: 0815344325
ISBN 13: 978-0-81534-432-2

Chapter 7 - End-of-Chapter - Problems - Page 437: 7-8


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Because there are a lot of concentrations, the DNA binding site and regulatory protein are the same between the eukaryotic nucleus and the bacterium. The regulatory protein has the ability to bind to its target sequence, which will be same irrespective of the total volume. This is because the effective concentrations of the DNA and proteins are similar in both scenarios.
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