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    A 200 bp region of the pea ENOD12 promoter is sufficient for nodule-specific and Nod factor induced expression.
    Vijn, I. ; Christiansen, H. ; Lauridsen, P. ; Kardailsky, I. ; Quandt, H.J. ; Broer, I. ; Drenth, J. ; Ostergaard Jensen, E. ; Kammen, A. van; Bisseling, T. - \ 1995
    Plant Molecular Biology 28 (1995). - ISSN 0167-4412 - p. 1103 - 1110.
    ENOD12 is one of the first nodulin genes expressed upon inoculation with Rhizobium and also purified Nod factors are able to induce ENOD12 expression. The ENOD12 gene family in pea (Pisum sativum) has two members. A cDNA clone representing PsENOD12A [26] and a PsENOD12B genomic clone [7] have been previously described. The isolation and characterization of a PsENOD12A genomic clone is presented in this paper. By using a Vicia hirsuta-Agrobacterium rhizogenes transformation system it is shown that both genes have a similar expression pattern in transgenic V. hirsuta root nodules. Promoter analyses of both PsENOD12 promoters showed that the 200 bp immediately upstream of the transcription start are sufficient to direct nodule-specific and Nod factor-induced gene expression.
    Promoter analysis of PsENOD12 in transgenic Vicia hirsuta nodules.
    Vijn, I. ; Christiansen, H. ; Lauridsen, P. ; Kardailsky, I. ; Quandt, H.J. ; Drenth, J. ; Ostergaard Jensen, E. ; Kammen, A. van; Bisseling, T. - \ 1994
    In: Abstractbook 4th Int. Congr. Plant Molecular Biology, Amsterdam - p. 1791 - 1791.
    The pea late nodulin gene PsNOD6 is homologous to the early nodulin genes PsENOD3/14 and is expressed after the leghaemoglobin genes.
    Kardailsky, I. ; Yang, W.C. ; Zalensky, A. ; Kammen, A. van; Bisseling, T. - \ 1993
    Plant Molecular Biology 23 (1993). - ISSN 0167-4412 - p. 1029 - 1037.
    The pea late nodulin gene PsNOD6 has been cloned and sequenced. PsNOD6 is homologous to the pea early nodulin genes PsNOD3 and PsENOD14. In situ hybridization experiments showed that, like the PsENOD3 and PsENOD14 genes, the PsNOD6 gene is only expressed in the infected cell type. The PsNOD6 gene is first expressed at the transition of the pre-fixation zone II into the interzone II–III (the amyloplast-rich zone preceding the fixation zone III), whereas the early nodulin genes PsENOD3 and PsENOD14 are already induced in the pre-fixation zone II. Thus these nodulin genes encoding homologous proteins are induced at consecutive stages of nodule development. The expression of the late nodulin genes encoding leghaemoglobin precedes the expression of the late nodulin gene PsNOD6. Therefore these late nodulin genes have to be regulated by different mechanisms despite the fact they are expressed in the same cell type. This conclusion is consistent with the fact that PsNOD6 lacks one of the conserved regions occurring in the promoters of all other late nodulin genes studied.
    Small cysteine-rich nodulins in pea nodule development.
    Kardailsky, I. ; Yang, W.C. ; Bisseling, T. ; Brewin, N. - \ 1993
    In: In: New horizons in nitrogen fixation / Palacios, R., Kluwer Academic Publishers - p. 354 - 354.
    Small cysteine-rich nodulins in pea nodule development.
    Kardailsky, I. ; Yang, W.C. ; Bisseling, T. ; Brewin, N. - \ 1992
    In: Abstract 9th Int. Congr. Nitrogen fixation, Cancun, Mexico - p. 240 - 240.
    Genes of pea (Pisum sativum) forming the symbiotic association with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.II.The nucleotide sequences of the cDNA and of the part of genomic DNA of late nodulin gene Nod6 (PsNod6)
    Kardailsky, I.V. ; Govers, F. ; Bisseling, T. ; Tikhonovich, I. ; Zalensky, A. - \ 1991
    Molekuljarnaja biologija 25 (1991)6. - ISSN 0026-8984
    Induction of early nodulin gene expression by Rhizobium nod factors.
    Bisseling, T. ; Franssen, H.J. ; Horvath, B. ; Kardailsky, I. ; Lados, M. ; Tetsuo Meshi, ; Moerman, M. ; Panagiota, J. ; Vijn, I. ; Yang, W.C. - \ 1991
    In: Abstract 20th Ann. Meeting Keystone Symp. Molecular and cellular biology, C. Fox, M.M. Burger (eds.). Suppl. 15A - p. A035 - A035.
    Mechanisms involved in early nodulin gene expression.
    Horvath, B. ; Franssen, H.J. ; Heidstra, R. ; Kardailsky, I. ; Lados, M. ; Tetsuo Meshi, ; Moerman, M. ; Mylona, P. ; Novak, K. ; Vijn, I. ; Yang, W.C. ; Bisseling, T. - \ 1991
    In: Abstract 3rd Int. Congr. Molecular biology of plant growth and development, Tucson, Arizona / Hallick, R.B., - p. 127 - 127.
    Promoter studies of ENOD12 early nodulin genes of pea (Pisum sativum).
    Vijn, I. ; Kardailsky, I. ; Govers, F. ; Bisseling, T. - \ 1991
    In: Abstract 3rd Int. Congr. Molecular biology of plant growth and development, Tucson, Arizona / Hallick, R.B., - p. 1438 - 1438.
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