Announcement; EMBL accession #: AJ131727

Announcement; EMBL accession #: AJ131727 Plant Molecular Biology 40: 535, 1999. © 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Sequence announcement EMBL accession #: AJ131727 Authors: E. Murén and L.-G. Josefsson Address: Department of Plant Biology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Box 7080, 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden Source of sequence: The sequence was determined from an Arabidopsis thaliana genomic clone in a phage lambda, EMBL3 SP6/T7 vector, by oligonucleotide primed sequencing reactions. Trivial name: Promoter sequence from a G-protein coupled receptor in Arabidopsis thaliana. Description: The sequence contains an AT-rich region with multiple predicted matrix association region motifs. A potential TATA box was identified. Part of the promoter forms a predicted CpG island, which is typical for house-keeping genes and in agreement with what is presently known about the expression pattern of the gene. Acknowledgements: This work was supported by a grant to L.-G.J. from the Swedish Research Council for Forestry and Agriculture. Figure 1. Nucleotide sequence from the promoter region of a G-protein coupled receptor gene in A. thaliana. The initiation ATG of the protein coding sequence of the gene is underlined and is formed by the last three bases of the submitted sequence. The mRNA start site is indicated by an underlined and bolded A at position 765. A predicted TATAAA core sequence is likewise underlined (715–720) and a predicted CpG island is italicized, nucleotides 731–973. A highly AT-rich region which contains numerous predicted matrix association region motifs spans the sequence from 475 to 772, but is not indicated in the figure in any particular way. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Plant Molecular Biology Springer Journals

Announcement; EMBL accession #: AJ131727

Plant Molecular Biology , Volume 40 (3) – Sep 29, 2004
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Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Biochemistry, general; Plant Sciences; Plant Pathology
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0167-4412
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1573-5028
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10.1023/A:1017250022989
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Plant Molecular Biology 40: 535, 1999. © 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Sequence announcement EMBL accession #: AJ131727 Authors: E. Murén and L.-G. Josefsson Address: Department of Plant Biology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Box 7080, 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden Source of sequence: The sequence was determined from an Arabidopsis thaliana genomic clone in a phage lambda, EMBL3 SP6/T7 vector, by oligonucleotide primed sequencing reactions. Trivial name: Promoter sequence from a G-protein coupled receptor in Arabidopsis thaliana. Description: The sequence contains an AT-rich region with multiple predicted matrix association region motifs. A potential TATA box was identified. Part of the promoter forms a predicted CpG island, which is typical for house-keeping genes and in agreement with what is presently known about the expression pattern of the gene. Acknowledgements: This work was supported by a grant to L.-G.J. from the Swedish Research Council for Forestry and Agriculture. Figure 1. Nucleotide sequence from the promoter region of a G-protein coupled receptor gene in A. thaliana. The initiation ATG of the protein coding sequence of the gene is underlined and is formed by the last three bases of the submitted sequence. The mRNA start site is indicated by an underlined and bolded A at position 765. A predicted TATAAA core sequence is likewise underlined (715–720) and a predicted CpG island is italicized, nucleotides 731–973. A highly AT-rich region which contains numerous predicted matrix association region motifs spans the sequence from 475 to 772, but is not indicated in the figure in any particular way.

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