CPTF1, a CREB-like transcription factor, is involved in the oxidative stress response in the phytopathogen Claviceps purpurea and modulates ROS level in its host Secale cereale.

@article{Nathues2004CPTF1AC,
  title={CPTF1, a CREB-like transcription factor, is involved in the oxidative stress response in the phytopathogen Claviceps purpurea and modulates ROS level in its host Secale cereale.},
  author={Eva Nathues and Suchitra Joshi and Klaus Bernhard Tenberge and Marcell von den Driesch and Birgitt Oeser and Nicole B{\"a}umer and Martina Mihlan and Paul Tudzynski},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2004},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={383-93}
}
CPTF1, a transcription factor with significant homology to ATF/CREB bZIP factors, was identified during an expressed sequence tag (EST) analysis of in planta-expressed genes of the phytopathogen Claviceps purpurea. Using a gene-replacement approach, deletion mutants of cptf1 were created. Expression studies in axenic culture showed that the H2O2-inducible gene cpcat1 (encoding a secreted catalase) had a reduced basal expression level and no longer responded to oxidative stress in the delta… CONTINUE READING

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