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    Interactions between heat shock (HS) factors (HSFs) and heat shock response elements (HSEs) are important during the heat shock response (HSR) of flora and fauna. Moreover, plant HSFs that are involved in heat stress are also involved in abiotic stresses such as dehydration and cold as well as development, cell differentiation and proliferation. Because the specific combination of HSFs and HSEs involved in plants under heat stress remains unclear, the mechanism of their interaction has not yet been utilized in molecular breeding of plants for climate change. For the study reported herein, we compared the sequences of HS-inducible genes and their promoters in Arabidopsis, soybean, rice and maize and then designed an optimal HS-inducible promoter. Our analyses suggest that, for the four species, the abscisic acid-independent, HSE/HSF-dependent transcriptional pathway plays a major role in HS-inducible gene expression. We found that an 18-bp sequence that includes the HSE has an important role in the HSR, and that those sequences could be classified as representative of monocotyledons or dicotyledons. With the HS-inducible promoter designed based on our bioinformatic predictions, we were able to develop an optimal HS-specific inducible promoter for seedlings or single cells in roots. These findings demonstrate the utility of our HS-specific inducible promoter, which we expect will contribute to molecular breeding efforts and cell-targeted gene expression in specific plant tissues. © 2016 The Authors The Plant Journal © 2016 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

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    Kyonoshin Maruyama, Takuya Ogata, Norihito Kanamori, Kyouko Yoshiwara, Shingo Goto, Yoshiharu Y Yamamoto, Yuko Tokoro, Chihiro Noda, Yuta Takaki, Hiroko Urawa, Satoshi Iuchi, Kaoru Urano, Takuhiro Yoshida, Tetsuya Sakurai, Mikiko Kojima, Hitoshi Sakakibara, Kazuo Shinozaki, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki. Design of an optimal promoter involved in the heat-induced transcriptional pathway in Arabidopsis, soybean, rice and maize. The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology. 2017 Feb;89(4):671-680

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