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Promoter Search Result

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IdentifierCis AccessionDescrip tion
 L1BOXATPDF1S000386"L1 box" found in promoter of Arabidopsis thaliana (A.t.) PROTODERMAL FACTOR1 (PDF1) gene; Located between -134 and -127; Involved in L1 layer-specific expression; L1-specific homeodomain protein ATML can bind to the "L1 box"; Y=C/T;
 LBOXLERBCSS000126"L box"; Conserved sequence found in rbcS upstream sequences of both tomato (L.e.) and tobacco;
 LEGUMINBOXLEGA5S000060"legumin box" in legA 5' legumin gene promoter in legumin;
 LREBOX2PSRBCS3S000061"LRE (light-responsive element) Box II" of pea (P.s.) rbcS-3A gene; GT-1 binding; "GT-motif"; "GT1 motif"; Some similarity to SV40 enhancer core sequence; For a compilation of related GT elements and factors, see Villain et al. (1996); "BoxII" Binding site of transcriptional factor GTI; Located at -152 to -138; Confers light responsiveness;
 LREBOX3PSRBCS3S000062"LRE (light-responsive element) Box III" of pea (P.s.) rbcS-3A gene; GT-1 binding; For a compilation of related GT elements and factors, see Villain et al. (1996);
 LREBOXIIPCCHS1S000303"BoxII"; Light responsive element (LRE) found in the parsley (P.c.) CHS-1 (chalcone synthase-1) gene promoter; Required for light responsiveness; nuclear protein binding site; Highly conserved in various light inducible gene promoters; See S000302;
 LREBOXIPCCHS1S000302"BoxI"; Light responsive element (LRE) found in the parsley (P.c.) CHS-1 (chalcone synthase-1) gene promoter; Required for light responsiveness; nuclear protein binding site; See S000303; "MRECHS" (MRE=Myb Recognition Element)Recognition site of MYB305 and a novel factor PcMYB1 (Myb1 from P. crispum); PcMYB1 contains only one MYB repeat;
 LRENPCABES000231"LRE"; A positive light regulatory element in tobacco (N.p.) CAB (cab-E) gene; Located at -241;
 LS5ATPR1S000323"LS5"; A negative regulatory element found in the Arabidopsis (A.t.) PR-1 gene promoter; Binding site of TGA2; NPR1 increased the binding of TGA2 to the element; NPR1 is essential in activating systemic, inducible plant defense response; See S000322; TGA6 is a new member of the TGA family; TGA6 is more like TGA5 in terms of its in vitro DNA binding properties; TGA6 expressed in roots in young seedlings; TGA2.1 is a direct transcriptional activator; TGA2.2 stabilizes TGA2.1 binding;
 LS7ATPR1S000322"LS7"; A positive salicylic acid-inducible element found in the Arabidopsis (A.t.) PR-1 gene promoter; Binding site of TGA1; NPR1 increased the binding of TGA2 to the element; NPR1 is essential in activating systemic, inducible plant defense responses; See S000323; TGA6 is a new member of the TGA family; TGA6 is more like TGA5 in terms of its in vitro DNA binding properties; TGA6 expressed in roots in young seedlings; TGA2.1 is a direct transcriptional activator; TGA2.2 stabilizes TGA2.1 binding;
 LTRE1HVBLT49S000250"LTRE-1" (low-temperature-responsive element) in barley (H.v.) blt4.9 gene promoter; A new LTRE; A previously known LTRE is CCGAC;
 LTREATLTI78S000157Putative low temperature responsive element (LTRE); Found in Arabidopsis thaliana (A.t.) low-temperature-induced (lti) genes, lti78 and lti65; Repeated four times in lti78 which is also known as cor78 and rd29A (see S000152)(Baker et al., Plant Mol Biol 24:701(1994)); Found also in barley low temperature responsive genes, blt4.2, blt4.6, blt4.9 (lipid transfer genes); cold inducible; See LTRECORE (S000153); Also present in rab18, kin1, and kin2 (Nordin et al., 1993);
 LTRECOREATCOR15S000153Core of low temperature responsive element (LTRE) of cor15a gene in Arabidopsis (A.t.); A portion of repeat-C (C-repeat), TGGCCGAC, which is repeated twice in cor15a promoter (Baker et al., 1994); ABA responsiveness; Involved in cold induction of BN115 gene from winter Brassica napus; LTRE; See S000157, S000152; Light signaling mediated by phytochrome is necessary for cold- or drought- induced gene expression through the C/DRE in Arabidopsis; See S000152;

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