The modular structure and function of the wheat H1 promoter with S phase-specific activity.

@article{Taoka1998TheMS,
  title={The modular structure and function of the wheat H1 promoter with S phase-specific activity.},
  author={Ken-ichiro Taoka and Norihiro Ohtsubo and Yoshinori Fujimoto and Koji Mikami and Tetsuo Meshi and Masaki Iwabuchi},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={39 3},
  pages={294-306}
}
Two histone H1 genes, TH315 and TH325, were isolated from a wheat genomic library. Nucleotide sequence analysis and comparison with other histone gene promoters revealed that the promoters of both genes contain many characteristic motifs conserved among plant histone H1 genes. They are 6 novel short stretches, named CS1 to CS6, and already documented elements or their relatives such as Oct, Oct-like (OLS), Nona-like (NonaLS), CCAAT box, and TATA box. Transient expression experiments with the… CONTINUE READING

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