ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 BETA-TUBULIN CDNA CLONES FROM RICE
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- ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 BETA-TUBULIN CDNA CLONES FROM RICE
- KANG, MS; CHOI, YJ; KIM, MC; LIM, CO; HWANG, I; Cho, Moo Je
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- PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, v.26, no.6, pp.1975 - 1979
- Two cDNA clones encoding two different β-tubulins, RTUB-1 and RTUB-2, were isolated from a rice cDNA library and their nucleotide sequences were analyzed. The deduced amino acid sequences showed amino acid sequence identity between 92% and 97% with other plant β-tubulins. Southern blot analysis using gene-specific and coding-region probes suggested that β-tubulins in rice are encoded by multigene families. The two cDNA clones represent two subfamilies of rice tubulins. RTUB-1 and RTUB-2, consisting of 3 to 4 genes and a single gene, respectively. The transcript levels of RTUB-1 and RTUB-2 genes were higher in actively elongating tissues such as etiolated shoot tissues and light-grown root tissues of four-day old seedlings.
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