A highly specific pathogen-responsive promoter element from the immediate-early activated CMPG1 gene in Petroselinum crispum.

@article{Kirsch2001AHS,
  title={A highly specific pathogen-responsive promoter element from the immediate-early activated CMPG1 gene in Petroselinum crispum.},
  author={Christoph Kirsch and Elke Logemann and Bernadette Lippok and Elmon Schmelzer and K. -H. Hahlbrock},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={217-27}
}
Within the complex signalling network from pathogen-derived elicitor perception to defense-related gene activation, some immediate-early responding genes may have pivotal roles in downstream transcriptional regulation. We have identified the parsley (Petroselinum crispum) ELI17 gene as a particularly fast-responding gene possessing a new type of W box-containing, elicitor-responsive promoter element, E17. Highly selective E17-mediated reporter gene expression at pathogen infection sites in… CONTINUE READING

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