The promoter of a gene encoding an isoflavon reductase-like protein in coffee (Coffea arabica) drives a stress-responsive expression in leaves.
A cDNA clone (designated CaIRL) encoding an isoflavone reductase-like protein from coffee (Coffea arabica) was retrieved during a search for genes showing organ/tissue-specific expression among the expressed sequence tags (EST) of the Brazilian coffee EST database. The CaIRL cDNA contains a single o...
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In.: PLANT CELL REPORTS, v. 28, p. 1699-1708, 2009.
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