The ethylene-responsive factor like protein 1 (CaERFLP1) of hot pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) interacts in vitro with both GCC and DRE/CRT sequences with different binding affinities: Possible biological roles of CaERFLP1 in response to pathogen infection and high salinity conditions in transgenic tobacco plants

Jae Hoon Lee, Jong Pil Hong, Sang Keun Oh, Sanghyeob Lee, Doil Choi, Taek Kim Woo

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