Role of Hsp 17 . 4-CII as Coregulator and Cytoplasmic Retention Factor of Tomato Heat Stress Transcription Factor HsfA 21

@inproceedings{Port2004RoleOH,
  title={Role of Hsp 17 . 4-CII as Coregulator and Cytoplasmic Retention Factor of Tomato Heat Stress Transcription Factor HsfA 21},
  author={Markus Port and Joanna Tripp and Dirk Zielinski and Christian Weber and Dirk Heerklotz and Sybille Winkelhaus and Daniela Bublak and K D Scharf},
  year={2004}
}
HsfA2 is a heat stress (hs)-induced Hsf in peruvian tomato (Lycopersicon peruvianum) and the cultivated form Lycopersicon esculentum. Due to the high activator potential and the continued accumulation during repeated cycles of heat stress and recovery, HsfA2 becomes a dominant Hsf in thermotolerant cells. The formation of heterooligomeric complexes with HsfA1 leads to nuclear retention and enhanced transcriptional activity of HsfA2. This effect seems to represent one part of potential molecular… CONTINUE READING
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