Overexpression of StDREB1 transcription factor increases tolerance to salt in transgenic potato plants.

@article{Bouaziz2013OverexpressionOS,
  title={Overexpression of StDREB1 transcription factor increases tolerance to salt in transgenic potato plants.},
  author={Donia Bouaziz and Julien Pirrello and Mariam Charfeddine and A. Hammami and Rania Jbir and Amina Dhieb and Mondher Bouzayen and Radhia Gargouri-Bouzid},
  journal={Molecular biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={803-17}
}
It has been established that drought-responsive element binding (DREB) proteins correspond to transcription factors which play important regulatory roles in plant response to abiotic and biotic stresses. In this study, a novel cDNA encoding DREB transcription factor, designated StDREB1, was isolated from potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). This protein was classified in the A-4 group of DREB subfamily based on multiple sequence alignments and phylogenetic characterization. Semi-quantitative RT-PCR… CONTINUE READING
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