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Expression analysis of genes encoding malectin-like domain (MLD)- and leucine-rich repeat (LRR)- containing proteins in .

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Summary of "Expression analysis of genes encoding malectin-like domain (MLD)- and leucine-rich repeat (LRR)- containing proteins in ."

Malectin is a maltose-binding endoplasmic reticulum protein conserved in animals. In , we identified four genes that encode malectin-like domain (MLD)- and leucine-rich repeat (LRR)-containing proteins (AtMLLRs): two were receptor-like proteins (AtMLLR1 and 2) and the other two were extracellular proteins (AtMLLR3 and 4). The promoter:G3GFP+promoter:GUS assay indicated the organ- and cell-specific expression of the and genes. Cm: chloramphenicol-resistance marker; G3
GFP:
G3 green fluorescent protein;
GUS:
-glucuronidase;
KD:
kinase domain;
LRR:
leucine-rich repeat;
MLD:
malectin-like domain;
RLK:
receptor-like kinase;
SP:
signal peptide;
TMD:
transmembrane domain; Tnos: nopaline synthase terminator.

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Name: Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
ISSN: 1347-6947
Pages: 154-158

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