CBF gene expression in peach leaf and bark tissues is gated by a circadian clock.

@article{Artlip2013CBFGE,
  title={CBF gene expression in peach leaf and bark tissues is gated by a circadian clock.},
  author={Timothy S. Artlip and Michael E. Wisniewski and Carole Leavel Bassett and John L Norelli},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={866-77}
}
CBF (C-repeat Binding Factor) transcription factors are part of the AP2/ERF (Apetala2-ethylene responsive factor) domain family of DNA-binding proteins that recognize a C-repeat response cis-acting element that regulates a number of cold-responsive genes (CBF regulon). Induction of CBF gene expression by low temperature in Arabidopsis has been shown to be gated by a circadian clock. In peach (Prunus persica L.), five CBF genes are arranged in tandem on scaffold (linkage group) 5 of the peach… CONTINUE READING
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