Differential expression within a family of novel wound-induced genes in potato View Full Text


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DATE

1989-01

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Anne Stanford, Michael Bevan, Don Northcote

ABSTRACT

Wounding in higher plants leads to an increased synthesis of specific messenger RNAs. A cDNA clone complementary to a wound-induced message from potato tubers was used to isolate a lambda clone from a genomic library of Salanum tuberosum var. Maris Piper. DNA sequence analysis has shown that this single genomic clone contains two novel wound-induced genes, called win1 and win2, organised in close tandem array. The coding sequences of these two genes are highly homologous and are interrupted by a single intron. However, the sequences of the introns and flanking regions have diverged widely. Win1 and win2 encode cysteine-rich proteins of 200 and 211 amino-acids, respectively, which show striking homologies to several chitin-binding proteins. Southern analysis of genomic DNA has shown that win1 and win2 are members of a small multi-gene family which is estimated to have a minimum of five members per haploid genome of Maris Piper and appears to be conserved within the Solanaceae. We have shown by Northern analysis and S1 mapping that the two genes exhibit differential organ-specific expression after the wounding of a potato plant. More... »

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200-208

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