Gene Symbol: GRP5
Description: glycine-rich protein 5
Alias: ATGRP-5, ATGRP5, GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN 5, GRP-5, glycine-rich protein 5, glycine-rich protein 5
Species: thale cress
Park J, Suh M, Kim T, Kim M, Cho S. Expression of glycine-rich protein genes, AtGRP5 and AtGRP23, induced by the cutin monomer 16-hydroxypalmitic acid in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2008;46:1015-8 pubmed publisher
..The expression of two GRP genes of Arabidopsis thaliana, AtGRP5 and AtGRP23, was induced by 16-hydroxypalmitic acid (HPA), a major component of cutin...
Mangeon A, Magioli C, Menezes Salgueiro A, Cardeal V, De Oliveira C, Galvão V, et al
. AtGRP5, a vacuole-located glycine-rich protein involved in cell elongation. Planta. 2009;230:253-65 pubmed publisher
..The primary structure of AtGRP5 from Arabidopsis thaliana has a signal peptide followed by a region with high glycine content...
de Oliveira D, Seurinck J, Inze D, Van Montagu M, Botterman J. Differential expression of five Arabidopsis genes encoding glycine-rich proteins. Plant Cell. 1990;2:427-36 pubmed
..With flooding stress, the accumulated level of the transcript from one of the genes was remarkably increased. ..
Ringli C, Keller B, Ryser U. Glycine-rich proteins as structural components of plant cell walls. Cell Mol Life Sci. 2001;58:1430-41 pubmed
..We propose that GRPs are part of a repair system of the plant during the stretching phase of protoxylem. ..
Mangeon A, Magioli C, Tarré E, Cardeal V, Araujo C, Falkenbach E, et al
. The tissue expression pattern of the AtGRP5 regulatory region is controlled by a combination of positive and negative elements. Plant Cell Rep. 2010;29:461-71 pubmed publisher
The AtGRP5 gene from Arabidopsis thaliana encodes a glycine-rich protein which has a major activity in protoderm-derived cells and is expressed in cells that undergo the first anatomical modifications leading to somatic embryo development...