The homologous ABI5 and EEL transcription factors function antagonistically to fine-tune gene expression during late embryogenesis.

@article{Bensmihen2002TheHA,
  title={The homologous ABI5 and EEL transcription factors function antagonistically to fine-tune gene expression during late embryogenesis.},
  author={Sandra Bensmihen and Sonia Rippa and Guillaume Lambert and Delphine Jublot and V{\'e}ronique Pautot and Fabienne Granier and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Giraudat and François Parcy},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={1391-403}
}
In Arabidopsis, the basic leucine zipper transcription factor ABI5 activates several late embryogenesis-abundant genes, including AtEm1 and AtEm6. However, the expression of many other seed maturation genes is independent of ABI5. We investigated the possibility that ABI5 homologs also participate in the regulation of gene expression during seed maturation. We identified 13 ABI5-related genes in the Arabidopsis genomic sequence. RNA gel blot analysis showed that seven of these genes are active… CONTINUE READING
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