Tobacco TGA factors differ with respect to interaction with NPR1, activation potential and DNA-binding properties

@article{Niggeweg2000TobaccoTF,
  title={Tobacco TGA factors differ with respect to interaction with NPR1, activation potential and DNA-binding properties},
  author={Ricarda Niggeweg and Corinna Thurow and Ralf R. Weigel and Ursula M. Pfitzner and Christiane Gatz},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={42},
  pages={775-788}
}
In higher plants, as-1-like cis elements mediate auxin- and salicylic acid-inducible transcription. Originally found in viral and T-DNA promoters, they are also functional elements of plant promoters activated during the defence response against pathogens. Tobacco bZIP transcription factor TGA1a was the first recombinant protein shown to bind to as-1. cDNAs for two novel tobacco as-1-binding bZIP proteins (TGA2.1 and TGA2.2) were isolated. Revealing a high degree of amino acid identity in the… CONTINUE READING
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