2003 journal article

Analysis of trans-silencing interactions using transcriptional silencers of varying strength and targets with and without flanking nuclear matrix attachment regions

TRANSGENIC RESEARCH, 12(3), 305–318.

By: R. Ascenzi n, B. Ulker, J. Todd, D. Sowinski, C. Schimeneck, G. Allen, A. Weissinger, W. Thompson

author keywords: matrix attachment region; tobacco; transcriptional gene silencing; transgene expression; trans-silencing
MeSH headings : Gene Silencing; Inheritance Patterns; Matrix Attachment Regions / genetics; Seedlings / genetics; Sequence Homology; Silencer Elements, Transcriptional; Tobacco / genetics; Transcription, Genetic
TL;DR: The results are consistent with a model in which transcriptional silencing is triggered by transcription of sequences during the early stages of embryo or seedling development. (via Semantic Scholar)
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