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High temperature affects organism growth and metabolic activity. Heat shock transcription factors (Hsfs) are key regulators in heat shock response in eukaryotes and prokaryotes. Under high temperature conditions, Hsfs activate heat shock proteins (Hsps) by combining with heat stress elements (HSEs) in their promoters, leading to defense of heat stress.(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the animal model of the multidrug resistant glioma cell line C6/adr for further in vivo studies. METHODS The rat glioma cells C6 and multidrug resistance cells C6/adr were cultured in vitro and implanted into the brain of S-D rats. After implantation, all these animals were examined continually with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)(More)
Transcription factors play vital roles in plant growth and in plant responses to abiotic stresses. The RAV transcription factors contain a B3 DNA binding domain and/or an APETALA2 (AP2) DNA binding domain. Although genome-wide analyses of RAV family genes have been performed in several species, little is known about the family in soybean (Glycine max L.).(More)
YABBY family is a plant specific transcription factor family, with the typical N-terminal C2C2 type zinc finger domain and the C-terminal YABBY conservative structure domain, which plays important biological roles in plant growth, development and morphogenesis. In this study, a total of 17 YABBY genes were identified in the soybean genome. The results of(More)
Cold shock proteins (CSPs) enhance acclimatization of bacteria to adverse environmental circumstances. The Escherichia coli CSP genes CspA and CspB were modified to plant-preferred codon sequences and named as SeCspA and SeCspB. Overexpression of exogenous SeCspA and SeCspB in transgenic Arabidopsis lines increased germination rates, survival rates, and(More)
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