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- Vijn, I.; Christiansen, H.; Lauridsen, P.; Kardailsky, I.; Quandt, H.J.; Broer, I.; Drenth, J.; Jensen, E.O.; Kammen, A. van.; Bisseling, T.
- Plant molecular biology 1995 v.28 no.6 pp. 1103-1110
- Pisum sativum; nodulins; recombinant DNA; reporter genes; beta-glucuronidase; gene expression; root nodules; oligosaccharides; transgenic plants; Vicia hirsuta; genetic transformation; Rhizobium rhizogenes; promoter regions; lipooligosaccharides; histochemistry
- ... 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  and a PsENOD12B genomic clone  have been previously described. The isolation and characterization of a PsENOD12A genomic clone is presented in ...
- Vijn, I.; Yang, W.C.; Pallisgard, N.; Jensen, E.O.; Kammen, A. van.; Bisseling, T.
- Plant molecular biology 1995 v.28 no.6 pp. 1111-1119
- Vicia sativa; gene expression; nodulins; structural genes; nucleotide sequences; amino acid sequences; messenger RNA; nodulation; Rhizobium leguminosarum; root nodules; polypeptides; open reading frames
- ... We isolated ENOD5, ENOD12 and ENOD40 homologues from Vicia sativa and studied their expression pattern during Rhizobium-induced nodule formation. Comparison of the VsENOD40 nucleotide sequence with the pea, soybean and alfalfa ENOD40 sequences showed that the sequences contain two conserved regions, called region I and region II. Comparison of all the potential open reading frames (ORFs) showed th ...