Domain analysis of the plant DNA-binding protein GT1a: requirement of four putative alpha-helices for DNA binding and identification of a novel oligomerization region.

@article{Lam1995DomainAO,
  title={Domain analysis of the plant DNA-binding protein GT1a: requirement of four putative alpha-helices for DNA binding and identification of a novel oligomerization region.},
  author={E W -F Lam},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={1014-20}
}
  • E W -F Lam
  • Published 1995 in Molecular and cellular biology
Light is an important environmental signal that can influence diverse developmental processes in plants. Many plant nuclear genes respond to light at the level of transcription initiation. GT-1 and GT2 are nuclear factors which interact with DNA sequences in many light-responsive gene promoters. cDNA clones which encode proteins with sequence binding specificities similar to those of these two factors have been isolated. They show significant amino acid sequence similarities within three… CONTINUE READING

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