Combinatorial interactions between positive and negative cis-acting elements control spatial patterns of 4CL-1 expression in transgenic tobacco.

@article{Hauffe1993CombinatorialIB,
  title={Combinatorial interactions between positive and negative cis-acting elements control spatial patterns of 4CL-1 expression in transgenic tobacco.},
  author={Karl D. Hauffe and Stephen P. Lee and Ramanathan Subramaniam and Carl J. Douglas},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={1993},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          235-53
        }
}
The phenylpropanoid enzyme 4-coumarate:coenzyme A ligase (4CL) plays a key role in linking general phenylpropanoid metabolism to end-product specific biosynthetic pathways. During vascular system and floral organ differentiation, the parsley 4CL-1 gene is expressed in a restricted set of tissues and cell types where 4CL activity is required to supply precursors for the synthesis of diverse phenylpropanoid-derived products such as lignin and flavonoids. In order to localize cis-acting elements… CONTINUE READING
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