Delayed recovery of β-glucuronidase activity driven by an Arabidopsis heat shock promoter in heat-stressed transgenic Nicotiana plumbaginifolia

@article{Moriwaki1999DelayedRO,
  title={Delayed recovery of β-glucuronidase activity driven by an Arabidopsis heat shock promoter in heat-stressed transgenic Nicotiana plumbaginifolia},
  author={Masamitsu Moriwaki and Takashi Yamakawa and T. Washino and Tohru Kodama and Yuko Igarashi},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={1999},
  volume={19},
  pages={96-100}
}
 The expression of the Arabidopsis heat shock protein (HSP) 18.2 promoter-β-d-glucuronidase (GUS) chimera gene was investigated in transgenic Nicotiana plumbaginifolia plants during the recovery phase at normal temperatures (20–22  °C) after a heat shock (HS) treatment. GUS activity increased during the recovery phase after HS at 42  °C for 2 h, and maximal GUS activity was observed after 12 h at normal temperatures, at levels 50–100 times higher than the activity immediately after HS. After HS… CONTINUE READING

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