An ABRE-binding factor, OSBZ8, is highly expressed in salt tolerant cultivars than in salt sensitive cultivars of indica rice

@article{Mukherjee2006AnAF,
  title={An ABRE-binding factor, OSBZ8, is highly expressed in salt tolerant cultivars than in salt sensitive cultivars of indica rice},
  author={Kakali Mukherjee and Aryadeep Roy Choudhury and Bhaskar Gupta and Sudhiranjan Gupta and Dibyendu Narayan Sengupta},
  journal={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={18 - 18}
}
The bZIP class Abscisic acid Responsive Element (ABRE)-binding factor, OSBZ8 (38.5 kD) has been considered to regulate ABA-mediated transcription in the suspension cultured cells of japonica rice. Still, nothing is known about the expression of OSBZ8 at protein level in vegetative tissue of salt sensitive and salt tolerant rice plants. In our previous study, Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assay (EMSA) of [32P]ABRE-DNA and nuclear extracts prepared from the lamina of Pokkali rice plants has… CONTINUE READING

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