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RNA Splicing Permits Expression of a Maize Gene with a Defective Suppressor-Mutator Transposable Element Insertion in an Exon

The bz-m13CS9 allele of the bronze-1 gene in maize contains a 902-base-pair defective Suppressor-mutator (dSpm) transposable element in the second exon. Nevertheless, 40-50% of the enzymatic activity conditioned by a nonmutant allele at the bronze-1 locus is routinely recovered in crude extracts... Full description

1st Person: Kim, Hwa-Yeong
Additional Persons: Schiefelbein, John W. verfasserin; Raboy, Victor verfasserin; Furtek, Douglas B. verfasserin; Nelson, Oliver E. verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 84, No. 16 (1987), p. 5863-5867
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1987
Keywords: research-article
Genetics
Bronze-1 Gene
Splice-Site Sequence
Intron
Zea mays
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