DUF538 domain-containing protein family consists of several plant proteins of unknown functions. This protein family has already been discovered by genome annotation tools and cloned as an inducible gene product under various environmental stress conditions. For the first time, we presented a full length DUF538 cDNA (encoding 170 amino acid residues) clone, which was randomly isolated from Celosia cristata leaf cDNA library constructed under normal growth conditions and consistently amplified from leaf cDNA populations prepared from nonstressed and drought-stressed leaves. We predicted that a DUF538 gene product can be a putative candidate for common stress-related protein (regulatory factor) in the plant system. The nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences of the isolated clone have been submitted to EMBL data bases under accession no. AJ535713.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 25, 2010
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