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DNA more distal than this is unnecessary for inducibility by heat shock. This DNA sequence must be recognized by a regulatory protein whose activity is manifested only after the cell has been stressed. A good candidate for such a protein is the one present in the partially purified puffinducing preparation described earlier. The important characteristics of the puffinducing activity are that it appears rapidly on stress and it mediates the induction of puffs in isolated nuclei. The puff inducing activity correlates with the activity 48 J.

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