Manipulation of DET1 expression in tomato results in photomorphogenic phenotypes caused by post-transcriptional gene silencing.

@article{Davuluri2004ManipulationOD,
  title={Manipulation of DET1 expression in tomato results in photomorphogenic phenotypes caused by post-transcriptional gene silencing.},
  author={Ganga Rao Davuluri and Ageeth van Tuinen and Anna Chiara Mustilli and Alessandro Manfredonia and Robert Newman and Diane Burgess and David A. Brummell and Stephen R. King and Joe Palys and John Uhlig and Henk M J Pennings and Chris Bowler},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={344-54}
}
The tomato HIGH PIGMENT-2 gene encodes an orthologue of the Arabidopsis nuclear protein DE-ETIOLATED 1 (DET1). From genetic analyses it has been proposed that DET1 is a negative regulator of light signal transduction, and recent results indicate that it may control light-regulated gene expression at the level of chromatin remodelling. To gain further understanding about the function of DET1 during plant development, we generated a range of overexpression constructs and introduced them into… CONTINUE READING
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