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John Scott, chair of GCNE, said: "We hope lots of people will come along and listen to Gareth, and help us increase support for this very worthwhile cause.
Figure 2 indicates that recA serves as a central node in the regulation of gcnes in the SOS pathway, showing significant activation of lexA, reef, umuDG woH and ssb and significant repression of rpoD.
Changes in the level of MMC had significant effects on eight of the nine gcnes, the sole exception being lexA, which did not appear to be directly affected by changes in MMC.