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Starch-inducible promoters, recombinant gene constructs, and methods of regulating gene expression

United States Patent Application

20050289666
A1
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The invention includes an isolated promoter containing nucleotides 1827 through 2147 of SEQ ID NO.: 1. The invention also includes methods of regulating expression of a gene by fusing the isolated promoter to a coding sequence to form a fused construct, and introducing the fused construct into a host such that the promoter regulates the expression of the gene product within the host. The invention additionally includes a recombinant gene comprising an isolated promoter containing at least nucleotides 1827 through 2147 of SEQ ID NO.: 1, operably linked to a coding region encoding a gene product of interest. The invention includes a host cell containing the recombinant gene.
Hooker, Brian S. (Kennewick, WA), Miller, Keith D. (Richland, WA), Gao, Johnway (Richland, WA), Skeen, Rodney S. (Pendleton, OR), Anderson, Daniel B. (Pasco, WA)
11/ 122,494
May 4, 2005
[0002] This invention was made with Government support under Contract DE-AC06 76RLO 1830 awarded by the United States Department of Energy. The Government has certain rights in the invention.