The rice Mybleu transcription factor increases tolerance to oxygen deprivation in Arabidopsis plants.

@article{Mattana2007TheRM,
  title={The rice Mybleu transcription factor increases tolerance to oxygen deprivation in Arabidopsis plants.},
  author={Monica Mattana and Candida Vannini and Luca Espen and Marcella Bracale and Annamaria Genga and Milena Marsoni and Marcello Iriti and Veronica Bonazza and Francesko Romagnoli and Elena Baldoni and Immacolata Coraggio and Franca Locatelli},
  journal={Physiologia plantarum},
  year={2007},
  volume={131 1},
  pages={
          106-21
        }
}
Mybleu is a natural incomplete transcription factor of rice (Oryza sativa), consisting of a partial Myb repeat followed by a short leucine zipper. We previously showed its localization to the apical region of rice roots and coleoptiles. Specifically, in coleoptiles, Mybleu is expressed under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions, whereas in roots, it is expressed only under aerobic conditions. Mybleu is able to dimerize with canonical leucine zippers and to activate transcription selectively… CONTINUE READING
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