Ethylene responsive transcription factor ERF109 retards PCD and improves salt tolerance in plant

@inproceedings{Bahieldin2016EthyleneRT,
  title={Ethylene responsive transcription factor ERF109 retards PCD and improves salt tolerance in plant},
  author={Ahmed Bahieldin and A. Atef and Sherif M Edris and Nour O. Gadalla and Hani M. Al Ali and Sabah Alzain Mohamed Hassan and Magdy A. Al-Kordy and Ahmed M. Ramadan and Rania M. Makki and Abdulrahman S. M. Al-Hajar and Fotouh M. El-Domyati},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2016}
}
The ultimate goal of this work was to detect the role of transcription factors (TFs) concordantly expressed with genes related to programmed cell death (PCD) during PCD and salt stress. This work was based on the hypothesis that TFs and their driven genes likely co-express under different stimuli. The conserved superfamily ethylene responsive factor (AP2/ERF) draw attention of the present study as it participates in the response to biotic and abiotic stimuli as well as to program cell death… CONTINUE READING
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