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Genome-wide analysis of the maize (Zea may L.) CPP-like gene family and expression profiling under abiotic stress

X. Y. Song, Zhang, Y. Y., Wu, F. C., Zhang, L., Song, X. Y., Zhang, Y. Y., Wu, F. C., and Zhang, L., Genome-wide analysis of the maize (Zea may L.) CPP-like gene family and expression profiling under abiotic stress, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Cysteine-rich polycomb-like (CPP) proteins are members of a small family of transcription factors, which have been identified and characterized in Arabidopsis, rice, and soybean. In this study, we investigated CPP-like genes in the maize genome. The results revealed 13 putative CPP-like genes, which were found to encode 17 distinct transcripts and were distributed unequally on 7 of 10 maize chromosomes.

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