The biolistic method as a tool for testing the differential activity of putative silkmoth chorion gene promoters.

@article{Kravariti2001TheBM,
  title={The biolistic method as a tool for testing the differential activity of putative silkmoth chorion gene promoters.},
  author={Lara Kravariti and Jainy Thomas and S Sourmeli and George C. Rodakis and Bernard Mauchamp and G{\'e}rard Chavancy and Rena Lecanidou},
  journal={Insect biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 4-5},
  pages={
          473-9
        }
}
Bombyx mori unpaired early chorion gene copies 6F6.1,.2 and.3 are exceptions to the typical organization and distribution pattern of known early ErA/ErB, middle A/B and late HcA/HcB divergently transcribed gene pairs. Contrary to such pairs, the boundaries of the 6F6 regulatory sequences are not easily defined; moreover, they share common sequence elements with the regulatory sequences of middle and late genes. In order to perform a functional study of the tissue and temporal specificity of the… CONTINUE READING

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