Gene Symbol: PYL4
Description: PYR1-like 4
Alias: AtPYL4, PYR1-like 4, RCAR10, T19C21.20, T19C21_20, regulatory components of ABA receptor 10, PYR1-like 4
Species: thale cress
- Bhaskara G, Nguyen T, Verslues P. Unique drought resistance functions of the highly ABA-induced clade A protein phosphatase 2Cs. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:379-95 pubmed publisher..Both this and their distinct PYL interaction demonstrate a new level of functional differentiation among the clade A PP2Cs and a point of cross talk between ABA-dependent and ABA-independent drought-associated signaling. ..
- Lee S, Lim C, Lan W, He K, Luan S. ABA signaling in guard cells entails a dynamic protein-protein interaction relay from the PYL-RCAR family receptors to ion channels. Mol Plant. 2013;6:528-38 pubmed publisher..Further study using transgenic plants overexpressing one of the ABA receptors demonstrated that changing the relative level of interacting partners would change ABA sensitivity. ..
- Zhang X, Jiang L, Wang G, Yu L, Zhang Q, Xin Q, et al. Structural insights into the abscisic acid stereospecificity by the ABA receptors PYR/PYL/RCAR. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e67477 pubmed publisher..Our results provide novel insights of the bioactivity of ABA enantiomers onto PYLs, and shed light on designing the selective ABA receptors agonists. ..
- Melcher K, Xu Y, Ng L, Zhou X, Soon F, Chinnusamy V, et al. Identification and mechanism of ABA receptor antagonism. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2010;17:1102-8 pubmed publisher..Together, our results establish a new concept of ABA receptor antagonism, illustrate its underlying mechanisms and provide a rational framework for discovering novel ABA receptor ligands. ..
- Zhao Y, Chan Z, Xing L, Liu X, Hou Y, Chinnusamy V, et al. The unique mode of action of a divergent member of the ABA-receptor protein family in ABA and stress signaling. Cell Res. 2013;23:1380-95 pubmed publisher..Our results show that PYL13 is not an ABA receptor but can modulate the ABA pathway by interacting with and inhibiting both the PYL receptors and the PP2C co-receptors...