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proximal promoter region of the mouse and rat CART gene contains an overlapping STAT/CRE/AP1 site, which is responsive to the cAMP-protein kinase A (PKA)-CREB (cAMP response element-binding protein) pathway and the Ca 2+ -calmodulin-dependent protein kinase

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(1996) Ubiquitin promoter-based vectors for high-level expression of selectable and/or screenable marker genes in monocotyledonous plants. Transgenic Res 5:213–218 Quail P

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hepatitis B virus basal core promoter on precore gene expression and viral replication. J. Virol., 1996, 70 , 5845. Chen M. Effects of a naturally occurring mutation in the hepatitis

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: P. Blazsó, Ildikó Sinkó, Tünde Praznovszky, G. Hadlaczky and R. Katona

vitamin D3-responsive regions in its promoter. Nucleic Acids Res. 33 , 2440–2451. Carlberg C. Regulation of the human cyclin C gene via multiple vitamin D3-responsive regions in its

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organophosphates including parathion, soman, and sarin [ 12, 13 ]. Given the different populations, various values of PON1 activity could be observed in individuals. The aforementioned differences may be attributed to the polymorphisms of coding region and promoter

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The power vs. time curves of the promoter bacteria of a nutrient drug were determined by using a 2277 Thermal Activity Monitor (Sweden). A new experimental model of bacterial growth were established. The growth rate constant, heat output and optimum concentration of specific promoter bacterial of nutrient drug were calculated.

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This study aimed to reveal changes in morphological and physiological characters during growth and mature stages of rice plants in response to salinity stress and growth promoters. Salinity stress caused a decrease in vegetative growth, yield and yield components, while growth substances enhanced the leaf area and crop yield of rice plants under salinity stress. It could be concluded that growth promoters can partially alleviate the harmful effect of salinity stress on rice.

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Kim, T. H., Barrera, L. O., Zheng, M. (2005) A high-resolution map of active promoters in the human genome. Nature 436 , 876–880. Zheng M. A high-resolution map of active promoters

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In this paper, a promoter-probe plasmid pKK232-8 was used as a vector, which functioned in Escherichia coli TG1 host. The plasmid DNA fragments from Pseudomonas maltophilia AT18 chromosome DNA active as promoter inEscherichia coli TG1, the promoter function was studied by means of microcalorimetry, the promoter is about 800 bp DNA, it can promote the chloramphenicol (Cm) gene in plasmid pKK232-8, the Cm resistance level is about 80 μg mL–1, the promoter activity is high. It implicates that there are probably many promoters in Pseudomonas maltophilia AT18 chromosome. All these information is readily obtained by an LKB 2277-204 heat conduction microcalorimeter. Microcalorimetry is a quantitative, inexpensive, and versatile method for microbiological genetic research.

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The effect of certain promoters on TiO2 crystal structure transformation was studied by mean thermal and X-ray analyses. It was found that the addition of rutile nuclei and potassium, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, and aluminium compounds to hydrated titanium dioxide before calcination process influences on the initial temperature and anatase transformation.

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