By Klaus D. Grasser
Law of transcription represents an important, controlling step in plant gene expression, because it determines the tissue-specific and developmental stage-specific task of many genes. adjustments in gene expression were proven to underlie the responses to environmental cues and stresses, the reaction opposed to pathogens, the legislation of metabolic pathways, and the law of photosynthesis, for instance. law by means of transcription elements is a vital part of a hugely complicated community. lately, learn at the law of transcription has made amazing progress.
This quantity presents a extensive assessment of the legislation of transcription in vegetation, introducing the main parts, the way it really works in perform, and the capability inside of plant biotechnology. it's directed at researchers and pros in plant molecular biology, biochemistry and biotechnology.
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Cerivisiae column along with the yeast homolog in parentheses. Genes identiﬁed in Boube et al. (2002) are followed with ‘(B)’. Alternate splice variants are designated by ‘a’. org/). 3 Mediator head subunits from humans, Drosophila, and Arabidopsis Head Saccharomyces cerevisiae Arabidopsis thaliana Drosophila melanogaster Homo sapiens MED6 MED8 MED11 MED17 (Srb4) MED18 (Srb5) MED19 (Rox3) MED20 (Srb2) At3g21350 (B) Med6 ARC32 Med21 Trap80 P28/CG14802 CG5546 Trfp HMed6-ARC/DRIP33 ARC32 HSPC296 TRAP80-ARC/DRIP77 p28b LCMR1 hTrfp Med24 Surf5 MED22 (Srb6) At5g20170 (B) At2g22370 (B) At4g09070 (B) At2G28230 At1g07950 (B) At1g16430 Note: The uniﬁed nomenclature proposed by Bourbon et al.
D. Kornberg (2006) Mediator as a general transcription factor. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 268, 80–89. Y. Tamada, K. Nakamori, K. Matsuda, T. Furumoto and K. Izui (2003) Characterization of TAF10, a general transcription factor, in plants. In: 7th International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology, Barcelona, pp. S05–S22. A. Testa, G. Donati, P. Yan, et al. (2005) Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) on chip experiments uncover a widespread distribution of NF-Y binding CCAAT sites outside of core promoters.