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CGSNL Gene Symbol OSBZ8
Gene Symbol Synonym OsBZ8, OsbZIP05
Gene Name Synonym bZIP transcription factor 05
Protein Name BZIP PROTEIN 8
Chromosome No. 1
Explanation U42208. AY606941. a salt-stress inducible bZIP protein. LOC_Os01g46970.
Trait Class Tolerance and resistance - Stress tolerance
Expression embryo - Em4 - Globular stage III
cDNA Accession No. AK121925
RAP ID Os01g0658900
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Ke Y.G.a b, Yang Z.J.a, Yu S.W.b, Li T.F.b, Wu J.H.b, Gao H.b, Fu Y.P.c, Luo L.J.a b
Journal of Plant Biology 2014  57  150-161
Characterization of OsDREB6 responsive to osmotic and cold stresses in rice
Nijhawan A,Jain M,Tyagi AK,Khurana JP
Plant Physiol. 2008  146  333-50
Genomic survey and gene expression analysis of the basic leucine zipper transcription factor family in rice.
Mukherjee,K., Choudhury,A.R., Gupta,B., Gupta,S. and Sengupta,D.N.
BMC Plant Biol 2006  6  18
An ABRE-binding factor, OSBZ8, is highly expressed in salt tolerant cultivars than in salt sensitive cultivars of indica rice.
Miyoshi, K., Nakata, E., Nagato, Y. and Hattori, T.
Plant Cell Physiol. 1999  40  443-447
Differential in situ expression of three ABA-responsive genes of rice, Rab16A, REG2 and OSBZ8 during seed development.
Nakagawa,H., Ohmiya,K. and Hattori,T.
Plant J. 1996  9(2)  217-227
A rice bZIP protein, designated OSBZ8, is rapidly induced by abscisic acid.
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Gramene ID -
Gene Ontology sequence-specific DNA binding( GO:0043565 )
protein dimerization activity( GO:0046983 )
transcription( GO:0006350 )
transcription factor activity( GO:0003700 )
regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent( GO:0006355 )
nucleus( GO:0005634 )
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Plant Ontology -
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Mar 24, 2015

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