Gene transcriptions/Boxes/TATs

"Some other cis-acting elements, such as pyrimidine boxes (GGTTTT) and TAT boxes (TATCCAT), are usually present in the vicinity of the GARE sequence of genes regulated by GA in cereal aleurone cells (Gubler and Jacobsen 1992; Cercos et al. 1999; Tsuji et al. 2006)."[1]

"Nucleotide and deduced amino acid of HMW-GS gene 1Bx23 [contains the] putative TAT box [TATAAAA] and CCACC sequence [CCAATT and CCAT] under double lines."[2]

"In Proteobacteria this consensus Tat box is best defined as Ser-Arg-Arg-Xaa-Phe-Leu-Lys where the arginine residues are almost invariant, the other amino acids are found at a frequency in excess of 50% and Xaa is a polar amino acid (Berks, 1996; Stanley et al., 2000). The corresponding sequence for plant chloroplast Tat substrates is Arg-Arg-Xaa-Hyd-Leu/Met where Hyd is a hydrophobic amino acid (Peltier et al., 2000). In both cases this Tat or twin-arginine consensus motif is located at the amino-terminal side of the n-region/h-region boundary [...]."[3]

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  1. Liu-Min Fan, Xiaoyan Feng, Yu Wang and Xing Wang Deng (2007). "Gibberellin Signal Transduction in Rice". Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 49 (6): 731−741. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7909.2007.00511.x. Retrieved 16 October 2018. 
  2. Zu‐Jun Yang, Guang‐Rong Li, Huan‐Lin Shu, Chang Liu, Juan Feng, Zhi‐Jian Chang and Zheng‐Long Ren (31 August 2006). "Molecular characterization of high molecular weight glutenin subunit allele 1Bx23 in common wheat introduced from hexaploid triticale". Hereditas 143 (December): 159-166. doi:10.1111/j.2006.0018-0661.01948.x. Retrieved 17 October 2018. 
  3. Ben C. Berks, Tracy Palmer and Frank Sargent (2004). "The Tat protein translocation pathway and its role in microbial physiology". Advances in Microbial Physiology 47: 187-254. doi:10.1016/S0065-2911(03)47004-5. Retrieved 17 October 2018. 

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