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Title: Transcriptional Control Sequences for Intragenic Potatoes

item Rockhold, David
item McCue, Kent
item Belknap, William

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 1/15/2009
Publication Date: 1/15/2009
Citation: Rockhold, D.R., Mc Cue, K.F., Belknap, W.R. Transcriptional Control Sequences for Intragenic Potatoes(abstract). Crop Improvement and Utilization Intragenics Workshop. p. 3.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: Transcriptional regulatory sequences, including promoters and polyadenylation signals, are primary determinants of efficacy in introduced genes. Promoters determine both the transcriptional profile (developmental and environmental) and level of gene expression. We have undertaken a program to develop a library of potato transcriptional control sequences for both research and commercial applications. These elements are intended to replace currently employed proprietary sequences that can be difficult to license in commercial genes. Currently available sequences and their performance in transgenic potatoes will be discussed.