Mutation of GT-1 binding sites in the Pr-1A promoter influences the level of inducible gene expression in vivo

@article{Buchel1999MutationOG,
  title={Mutation of GT-1 binding sites in the Pr-1A promoter influences the level of inducible gene expression in vivo},
  author={Annemarie S. Buchel and Frans Th. Brederode and John F. Bol and Huub J. M. Linthorst},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={40},
  pages={387-396}
}
Infection of Nicotiana tabacum Samsun NN with tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) results in a hypersensitive plant response and leads to systemic acquired resistance (SAR). The induction of SAR is mediated by the plant hormone salicylic acid (SA) and is accompanied by the induced expression of a number of genes including the pathogenesis-related (PR) gene 1a. Previously, it has been found that TMV infection and SA treatment resulted in a reduction of binding of nuclear protein GT-1 to far-upstream… CONTINUE READING

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