Characterization of the root-predominant gene promoter HPX1 in transgenic rice plants

@article{Park2012CharacterizationOT,
  title={Characterization of the root-predominant gene promoter HPX1 in transgenic rice plants},
  author={Su-Hyun Park and Jin Seo Jeong and Eun Hyang Han and Mark Christian Felipe Reveche Redillas and Seung Woon Bang and Harin Jung and Youn Shic Kim and Ju-Kon Kim},
  journal={Plant Biotechnology Reports},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={339-344}
}
Gene promoter(s) specialized in root tissues is an important component for crop biotechnology. In our current study, we report results of promoter analysis of the HPX1, a gene expressed predominantly in roots. The HPX1 promoter regions were predicted, linked to the gfp reporter gene, and transformed into rice. Promoter activities were analyzed in various organs and tissues of six independent transgenic HPX1:gfp plants using the fluorescent microscopy and q-RT-PCR methods. GFP fluorescence… CONTINUE READING

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