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Promoters Used to Regulate Gene Expression - Overview

Regulatory elements are crucial to gene expression. This paper discusses the patent landscape of some widely used transcriptional regulators that are constitutively active, spatially active (e.g. tissue-specific or tissue-preferred), and temporally active (e.g. induced or active in response to a certain chemical or physical stimulus) in plants. 

1.  Introduction

2. Constitutive Promoters

3. Inducible Promoters

4. Tissue-specific Promoters


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