Promoter analysis of cold-responsive (COR) gene from Capsella bursa-pastoris and expression character in response to low temperature.

  title={Promoter analysis of cold-responsive (COR) gene from Capsella bursa-pastoris and expression character in response to low temperature.},
  author={Lin Ping and Wu Lihua and Wei Donghui and Chen Hu and Zhou Ming-qi and Yao Xiaohua and Lin Juan},
  journal={International Journal of Agriculture and Biology},
Capsella bursa-pastoris is well adapted to different environments, especially low temperature suggesting that it possesses relatively strong tolerance against cold stress. Cold tolerance ability is associated with the accumulation of several cold-induced transcripts. By using a cloning technology, we isolated and sequenced the corresponding COR15 gene from C. bursa-pastoris. The putative promoter of CbCOR15 contains cis-acting elements that have been shown to mediate expression of cold… 
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