The promoter of a Brassica napus lipid transfer protein gene is active in a range of tissues and stimulated by light and viral infection in transgenic Arabidopsis

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cDNA and genomic clones encoding Brassica napus non-specific lipid transfer proteins (LTP) were isolated and sequenced. The encoded amino acid sequences were very similar to those reported previously for LTPs from B. napus and other species. Sequence information indicates that B. napus contains an LTP gene family. The 5′-flanking region of one gene… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1006232700835

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@article{Sohal1999ThePO, title={The promoter of a Brassica napus lipid transfer protein gene is active in a range of tissues and stimulated by light and viral infection in transgenic Arabidopsis}, author={Awinder K. Sohal and Jacqueline A. Pallas and Gareth I Jenkins}, journal={Plant Molecular Biology}, year={1999}, volume={41}, pages={75-87} }