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From: A stress-responsive bZIP transcription factor OsbZIP62 improves drought and oxidative tolerance in rice

Fig. 2

Transactivation assay and subcellular localization of OsbZIP62 protein. a, Transactivation activities of the different portions of OsbZIP62 were checked in yeast. BD: GAL4 DNA-binding domain; FL: full length; CDL: C-terminus deletion domain; and NDL: N-terminus deletion domain. b, Subcellular localization of OsbZIP62 in rice protoplasts. GFP and OsbZIP62-GFP under the control of the CaMV35S promoter separately transiently expressed in rice protoplasts

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