|Citation||Bruey-Sedano, N., Alabouvette, J., Lestradet, M., Hong, L., Girard, A., Gervasio, E., Quennedey, B., Charles, J.P. (2005). The Drosophila ACP65A cuticle gene: deletion scanning analysis of cis-regulatory sequences and regulation by DHR38. genesis 43(1): 17--27. (Export to RIS)|
|Publication Type||Research paper|
|PubMed Abstract||The regulatory sequences of the Drosophila ACP65A cuticle gene were analyzed in vivo in transgenic flies, using both fusion genes constructs and transposase-mediated deletions within a P element containing ACP65A regulatory sequences fused to the lacZ gene (deletion scanning). The sequences located between -594 and +161 are sufficient to confer both temporal and spatial expression specificities, indicating the presence of tissue-specific enhancers and response elements to hormone-induced factors. In addition, timing of expression and tissue-specificity appear to be controlled by distinct cis-regulatory elements, which suggests the existence of independent hormonal and tissue-specific signaling pathways. Gain and loss of function studies also implicate DHR38, the Drosophila homolog of the vertebrate NGFI-B-type nuclear receptors, as an important activator of the ACP65A gene.|
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