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Media we used

An interesting course on TrpR and Trp operon: TrpR


Characterizes E.Coli Trp repressor, and the Trp operon sequence :
Summary of what characterizes E.Coli Trp repressor : The tryptophan biosynthetic pathway
One good article : RNA-based regulation of genes of tryptophan synthesis and degradation
Protein sequence from NCBI here‎‎

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