Interaction of an embryo DNA binding protein with a soybean lectin gene upstream region

@article{Jofuku1987InteractionOA,
  title={Interaction of an embryo DNA binding protein with a soybean lectin gene upstream region},
  author={K. Diane Jofuku and Jack K. Okamuro and Robert B. Goldberg},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1987},
  volume={328},
  pages={734-737}
}
Seed protein genes are highly regulated during the soybean life cycle1,2. These genes encode prevalent mRNAs that accumulate and decay during embryogenesis, and are either undetectable or present at low levels in mature plant organ systems2,3. Transcrip-tional activation and repression processes are important in regulating seed protein gene developmental expression programs1,2. We started DNA binding protein studies with the soybean lectin gene4–6 to begin to identify trans-acting proteins and… CONTINUE READING

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