Genome-wide data (ChIP-seq) enabled identification of cell wall-related and aquaporin genes as targets of tomato ASR1, a drought stress-responsive transcription factor

Martiniano M. Ricardi, Rodrigo M. González, Silin Zhong, Pía G. Domínguez, Tomas Duffy, Pablo G. Turjanski, Juan D. Salgado Salter, Karina Alleva, Fernando Carrari, James J. Giovannoni, José M. Estévez, Norberto D. Iusem

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