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Functional organization of the regions responsible for nopaline and octopine catabolism in Ti plasmids of Agrobacterium tumefaciens



Functional organization of the regions responsible for nopaline and octopine catabolism in Ti plasmids of Agrobacterium tumefaciens



Advances in molecular genetics of plant microbe interactions Volume I Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium, Interlaken, Switzerland, 9-14 September 1990: 28-31



Ti plasmid genes in the noc region of pTiC58 and in the occ region of pTiAch5, which are necessary for the catabolism of nopaline and octopine, respectively, were investigated with a binary vector system. Results indicated that both regions code for constitutively expressed proteins which are necessary and sufficient for activation in trans of the catabolic functions in the presence of the opines.

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