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The yeast shi mutation affects the spacing between the TATA promoter element and transcription initiation sites; for the H2B and ADH1 genes, a series of start sites located -50 -80 bp downstream of TATA is used in addition to the wild-type initiation sites located at around 100 bp from TATA (1). Here, the yeast SHI wildtype gene has been isolated by complementation and shown to be identical to RPB9, the gene encoding a small subunit of RNA polymerase 11. A point mutation in the shi gene,doi:10.1093/nar/22.23.4932 pmid:7800482 pmcid:PMC523758 fatcat:tuqitlvmqfgh5oc5yb5dalvvum