Tomato ASR1 abrogates the response to abscisic acid and glucose in Arabidopsis by competing with ABI4 for DNA binding.

@article{Shkolnik2008TomatoAA,
  title={Tomato ASR1 abrogates the response to abscisic acid and glucose in Arabidopsis by competing with ABI4 for DNA binding.},
  author={Doron Shkolnik and Dudy Bar-Zvi},
  journal={Plant biotechnology journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={
          368-78
        }
}
The manipulation of transacting factors is commonly used to achieve a wide change in the expression of a large number of genes in transgenic plants as a result of a change in the expression of a single gene product. This is mostly achieved by the overexpression of transactivator or repressor proteins. In this study, it is demonstrated that the overexpression of an exogenous DNA-binding protein can be used to compete with the expression of an endogenous transcription factor sharing the same DNA… CONTINUE READING

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