Members of the Dof transcription factor family in Triticum aestivum are associated with light-mediated gene regulation

@article{Shaw2009MembersOT,
  title={Members of the Dof transcription factor family in Triticum aestivum are associated with light-mediated gene regulation},
  author={Lindsay M. Shaw and Cathrine Lynne McIntyre and Peter M. Gresshoff and Gang-Ping Xue},
  journal={Functional & Integrative Genomics},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={485-498}
}
DNA binding with One Finger (Dof) protein is a plant-specific transcription factor implicated in the regulation of many important plant-specific processes, including photosynthesis and carbohydrate metabolism. This study has identified 31 Dof genes (TaDof) in bread wheat through extensive analysis of current nucleotide databases. Phylogenetic analysis suggests that the TaDof family can be divided into four clades. Expression analysis of the TaDof family across all major organs using… CONTINUE READING

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