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Christine K Shewmaker, Jean C Kridl, William R Hiatt, Vic Knauf: Anti-sense regulation of gene expression in plant cells. Calgene, Barbara Rae Venter, Bertram I Rowland, April 21, 1992: US05107065 (318 worldwide citation)

Regulation of expression of genes encoded for in plant cell genomes is achieved by integration of a gene under the transcriptional control of a promoter which is functional in the host and in which the transcribed strand of DNA is complementary to the strand of DNA that is transcribed from the endog ...


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William R Hiatt, Raymond E Sheehy, Christine K Shewmaker, Jean C Kridl, Vic Knauf: PG gene and its use in plants. Calgene, Bertram I Rowland, January 31, 1989: US04801540 (152 worldwide citation)

Polygalacturonase DNA sequence and its use in modulating polygalacturonase expression in plant cells. DNA constructions are provided. The transit peptide finds use with heterologous peptides.


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Jean C Kridl, Vic C Knauf: Seed-specific transcriptional regulation. Calgene, Rae Venter Law Group P C, March 4, 1997: US05608152 (123 worldwide citation)

Brassica plants and seeds comprising nucleic acid sequences and methods for their use are provided which afford seed-specific transcription in order to modulate or modify expression in seed particularly in embryo cells. Transcriptional initiation regions are identified and isolated from plant cells ...


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Christine K Shewmaker, Jean C Kridl, William R Hiatt, Vic Knauf: Antisense regulation of gene expression in plant cells. Calgene, June 2, 1998: US05759829 (119 worldwide citation)

Regulation of expression of genes encoded for in plant cell genomes is achieved by integration of a gene under the transcriptional control of a promoter which is functional in the host and in which the transcribed strand of DNA is complementary to the strand of DNA that is transcribed from the endog ...


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Christine K Shewmaker, Jean C Kridl, William R Hiatt, Vic Knauf: Antisense regulation of gene expression in plant/cells. Calgene, Barbara Rae Venter, September 26, 1995: US05453566 (71 worldwide citation)

Regulation of expression of genes encoded for in plant cell genomes is achieved by integration of a gene under the transcriptional control of a promoter which is functional in the host and in which the transcribed strand of DNA is complementary to the strand of DNA that is transcribed from the endog ...


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Jean C Kridl, Vic C Knauf: Seed-specific transcriptional regulation. Calgene, Barbara Rae Venter, May 30, 1995: US05420034 (58 worldwide citation)

Nucleic acid sequences and methods for their use are provided which provide for seed-specific transcription, in order to modulate or modify expression in seed, particularly embryo cells. Transcriptional initiation regions are identified and isolated from plant cells such as seed embryo and seed coat ...


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Jean C Kridl, George Bruening, Vic C Knauf: Geminivirus-based gene expression system. Calgene, Carl J Schwedler, December 31, 1996: US05589379 (45 worldwide citation)

A geminivirus based vector system for obtaining controlled expression of a nucleic acid fragment of interest is disclosed. Tissue specific regulatory regions are identified employing cDNA screening and the resulting tissue--specific regulatory regions are manipulated for use in geminivirus construct ...


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Vic C Knauf, Jean C Kridl: Methods and compositions for regulated transcription and expression of heterologous genes. Calgene, Barbara Rae Venter Law Group P C Rae Venter, November 9, 1999: US05981839 (32 worldwide citation)

Regulatory regions from genes expressed during a particular developmental stage or in a specific tissue are identified employing cDNA screening. The resulting regulatory regions are manipulated for use with foreign sequences for introduction into plant cells to provide transformed plants having phen ...


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Jean C Kridl: Methods for increasing stearate content in soybean oil. Calgene, Brian K Stierwalt, Arnold & Porter, April 2, 2002: US06365802 (20 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for increasing stearate as a component of total triglycerides found in soybean seed. The method generally comprises growing a soybean plant having integrated into its genome a DNA construct comprising, in the 5′ to 3′ direction of transcription, a promoter function ...


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Jean C Kridl, Vic C Knauf: Acyl carrier protein - DNA sequence and synthesis. Calgene, Donna E Scherer, May 5, 1992: US05110728 (17 worldwide citation)

DNA sequences are provided coding for acyl carrier protein, which sequence can be used for production of acyl carrier protein as an end product or in plant seed to enhance seed oil production. A regulated promoter is provided which substantially limits expression of the acyl carrier protein to seed ...