Experts and Doctors on plant proteins in United Kingdom

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Locale: United Kingdom
Topic: plant proteins

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  1. Haupt S, Cowan G, Ziegler A, Roberts A, Oparka K, Torrance L. Two plant-viral movement proteins traffic in the endocytic recycling pathway. Plant Cell. 2005;17:164-81 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, the data indicate the involvement of the endocytic pathway in viral intracellular movement, the implications of which are discussed...
  2. Boxall S, Foster J, Bohnert H, Cushman J, Nimmo H, Hartwell J. Conservation and divergence of circadian clock operation in a stress-inducible Crassulacean acid metabolism species reveals clock compensation against stress. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:969-82 pubmed
    ..Importantly, the clock in M. crystallinum is very similar to that in Arabidopsis, indicating that such a clock could control CAM without requiring additional components of the central oscillator or a novel CAM oscillator. ..
  3. Hughes R, Yousafzai F, Ashton R, Chechetkin I, Fairhurst S, Hamberg M, et al. Evidence for communality in the primary determinants of CYP74 catalysis and of structural similarities between CYP74 and classical mammalian P450 enzymes. Proteins. 2008;72:1199-211 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that the overall structure of CYP74 enzymes is likely to be very similar to those described for classical P450 monooxygenase enzymes. ..
  4. van den Burg H, Tsitsigiannis D, Rowland O, Lo J, Rallapalli G, Maclean D, et al. The F-box protein ACRE189/ACIF1 regulates cell death and defense responses activated during pathogen recognition in tobacco and tomato. Plant Cell. 2008;20:697-719 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these findings support a role of ACIF1/VFBs in plant defense responses. ..
  5. Hofer J, Turner L, Moreau C, Ambrose M, Isaac P, Butcher S, et al. Tendril-less regulates tendril formation in pea leaves. Plant Cell. 2009;21:420-8 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that tendrils arose in the Fabeae clade of Papilionoid legumes through acquisition of the Tl gene. ..
  6. Mugford S, Qi X, Bakht S, Hill L, Wegel E, Hughes R, et al. A serine carboxypeptidase-like acyltransferase is required for synthesis of antimicrobial compounds and disease resistance in oats. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2473-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Oat SCPL1 (SAD7) is the founder member of a subfamily of monocot-specific SCPL proteins that includes predicted proteins from rice (Oryza sativa) and other grasses with potential roles in secondary metabolism and plant defense. ..
  7. Wegel E, Koumproglou R, Shaw P, Osbourn A. Cell type-specific chromatin decondensation of a metabolic gene cluster in oats. Plant Cell. 2009;21:3926-36 pubmed publisher
    ..We further show that the avenacin and sterol pathways are likely to be inversely regulated at the level of transcription. ..
  8. van Ooijen G, Hindle M, Martin S, Barrios Llerena M, Sanchez F, Bouget F, et al. Functional analysis of Casein Kinase 1 in a minimal circadian system. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e70021 pubmed publisher
    ..These results have major implications for our understanding of cellular timekeeping and can inform future studies in any circadian organism. ..
  9. Munoz Munoz J, Cartmell A, Terrapon N, Basle A, Henrissat B, Gilbert H. An evolutionarily distinct family of polysaccharide lyases removes rhamnose capping of complex arabinogalactan proteins. J Biol Chem. 2017;292:13271-13283 pubmed publisher
    ..This study illustrates how highly complex glycans can be used as a scaffold to discover new enzyme families within microbial ecosystems where carbohydrate metabolism is a major evolutionary driver. ..

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  1. Albury M, Affourtit C, Crichton P, Moore A. Structure of the plant alternative oxidase. Site-directed mutagenesis provides new information on the active site and membrane topology. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:1190-4 pubmed
    ..These data are discussed in reference to the importance of both residues in the catalytic cycle of the AOX. ..
  2. Chamberlain K, Marshall R, Jolliffe N, Frigerio L, Ceriotti A, Lord J, et al. Ricin B chain targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum of tobacco protoplasts is degraded by a CDC48- and vacuole-independent mechanism. J Biol Chem. 2008;283:33276-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Indeed, several lines of evidence indicate that, in contrast to the turnover of endoplasmic reticulum-targeted ricin A chain in the cytosol, the bulk of expressed ricin B chain was degraded in the secretory pathway...
  3. Sugio A, Dreos R, Aparicio F, Maule A. The cytosolic protein response as a subcomponent of the wider heat shock response in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:642-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Characterization of Arabidopsis HSFA2 knockout and overexpression lines showed that HSFA2 is one of the regulatory components of the CPR. ..
  4. Delorme V, McCabe P, Kim D, Leaver C. A matrix metalloproteinase gene is expressed at the boundary of senescence and programmed cell death in cucumber. Plant Physiol. 2000;123:917-27 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that PCD occurs only at the culmination of the senescence program or that the processes are distinct with PCD being triggered at the end of senescence...
  5. Takahashi A, Casais C, Ichimura K, Shirasu K. HSP90 interacts with RAR1 and SGT1 and is essential for RPS2-mediated disease resistance in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:11777-82 pubmed
    ..1 is required for full RPS2 resistance and is rapidly induced upon pathogen challenge. We propose that RAR1 and SGT1 function closely with HSP90 in chaperoning roles that are essential for disease resistance. ..
  6. Affourtit C, Moore A. Purification of the plant alternative oxidase from Arum maculatum: measurement, stability and metal requirement. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2004;1608:181-9 pubmed
  7. Causier B, Castillo R, Zhou J, Ingram R, Xue Y, Schwarz Sommer Z, et al. Evolution in action: following function in duplicated floral homeotic genes. Curr Biol. 2005;15:1508-12 pubmed
    ..The differential ability of the Antirrhinum genes to promote male or female development provides a striking example of subfunctionalization at the protein level...
  8. Mylona P, Owatworakit A, Papadopoulou K, Jenner H, Qin B, Findlay K, et al. Sad3 and sad4 are required for saponin biosynthesis and root development in oat. Plant Cell. 2008;20:201-12 pubmed publisher
    ..Various lines of evidence indicate that these effects are dosage-dependent. The significance of these data for the evolution and maintenance of the avenacin gene cluster is discussed. ..
  9. Lamport D, Kieliszewski M, Chen Y, Cannon M. Role of the extensin superfamily in primary cell wall architecture. Plant Physiol. 2011;156:11-9 pubmed publisher
  10. Wormit A, Butt S, Chairam I, McKenna J, Nunes Nesi A, Kjaer L, et al. Osmosensitive changes of carbohydrate metabolism in response to cellulose biosynthesis inhibition. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:105-17 pubmed publisher
    ..The evidence presented here supports the notion that cellulose and carbohydrate metabolism may be coordinated via an osmosensitive mechanism. ..
  11. Shewry P, Hawkesford M, Piironen V, Lampi A, Gebruers K, Boros D, et al. Natural variation in grain composition of wheat and related cereals. J Agric Food Chem. 2013;61:8295-303 pubmed publisher
    ..Such multivariate analyses could be used to define substantial equivalence when novel (including transgenic) cereals are considered. ..
  12. Poret M, Chandrasekar B, van der Hoorn R, Avice J. Characterization of senescence-associated protease activities involved in the efficient protein remobilization during leaf senescence of winter oilseed rape. Plant Sci. 2016;246:139-153 pubmed publisher
    ..Short statement: Serine and particularly cysteine proteases (both PLCPs and VPEs) seem to play a crucial role in the efficient protein remobilization when leaf senescence of oilseed rape was accelerated by nitrate limitation. ..
  13. Lee K, Sakata Y, Mau S, Pettolino F, Bacic A, Quatrano R, et al. Arabinogalactan proteins are required for apical cell extension in the moss Physcomitrella patens. Plant Cell. 2005;17:3051-65 pubmed
    ..patens AGP1, encoding a classical AGP core protein, resulted in reduced cell lengths in protonemal filaments, indicating a role for AGP1 in apical cell expansion in P. patens. ..
  14. Spoel S, Loake G. Redox-based protein modifications: the missing link in plant immune signalling. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2011;14:358-64 pubmed publisher
    ..These diverse effects on protein function make post-translational redox-based modifications potent modulators of plant immunity. ..
  15. Sloan J, Backhaus A, Malinowski R, McQueen Mason S, Fleming A. Phased control of expansin activity during leaf development identifies a sensitivity window for expansin-mediated induction of leaf growth. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:1844-54 pubmed publisher
  16. Ding Y, Kalo P, Yendrek C, Sun J, Liang Y, Marsh J, et al. Abscisic acid coordinates nod factor and cytokinin signaling during the regulation of nodulation in Medicago truncatula. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2681-95 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, ABA is capable of coordinately regulating the diverse developmental pathways associated with nodule formation and can intimately dictate the nature of the plants' response to the symbiotic bacteria. ..
  17. Tryfona T, Liang H, Kotake T, Tsumuraya Y, Stephens E, Dupree P. Structural characterization of Arabidopsis leaf arabinogalactan polysaccharides. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:653-66 pubmed publisher
    ..The detailed structural elucidation of the AG polysaccharides from the leaves of Arabidopsis is essential for insights into the structure-function relationships of these molecules and will assist studies on their biosynthesis. ..
  18. Ellis C, Turner J. The Arabidopsis mutant cev1 has constitutively active jasmonate and ethylene signal pathways and enhanced resistance to pathogens. Plant Cell. 2001;13:1025-33 pubmed
    ..We conclude that cev1 stimulates both the JA and the ethylene signal pathways and that CEV1 regulates an early step in an Arabidopsis defense pathway. ..
  19. Pastori G, Kiddle G, Antoniw J, Bernard S, Veljovic Jovanovic S, Verrier P, et al. Leaf vitamin C contents modulate plant defense transcripts and regulate genes that control development through hormone signaling. Plant Cell. 2003;15:939-51 pubmed
    ..Hence, through modifying gene expression, vitamin C contents not only act to regulate defense and survival but also act via phytohormones to modulate plant growth under optimal conditions. ..
  20. Brandizzi F, Frangne N, Marc Martin S, Hawes C, Neuhaus J, Paris N. The destination for single-pass membrane proteins is influenced markedly by the length of the hydrophobic domain. Plant Cell. 2002;14:1077-92 pubmed
    ..Moreover, the target membrane where the chimera concentrates is not unique and depends at least in part on the length of the membrane-spanning domain. ..
  21. Boter M, Amigues B, Peart J, Breuer C, Kadota Y, Casais C, et al. Structural and functional analysis of SGT1 reveals that its interaction with HSP90 is required for the accumulation of Rx, an R protein involved in plant immunity. Plant Cell. 2007;19:3791-804 pubmed
    ..Biochemical reconstitution experiments suggest that RAR1 may function to enhance the SGT1-HSP90 interaction by promoting ternary complex formation. ..
  22. Mugford S, Louveau T, Melton R, Qi X, Bakht S, Hill L, et al. Modularity of plant metabolic gene clusters: a trio of linked genes that are collectively required for acylation of triterpenes in oat. Plant Cell. 2013;25:1078-92 pubmed publisher
    ..Through the characterization of these genes and their encoded proteins we present a model of the subcellular organization of triterpenoid biosynthesis. ..
  23. Macknight R, Bancroft I, Page T, Lister C, Schmidt R, Love K, et al. FCA, a gene controlling flowering time in Arabidopsis, encodes a protein containing RNA-binding domains. Cell. 1997;89:737-45 pubmed
    ..Thus, FCA appears to be a component of a posttranscriptional cascade involved in the control of flowering time. ..
  24. Robinson C, Thompson S, Woolhead C. Multiple pathways used for the targeting of thylakoid proteins in chloroplasts. Traffic. 2001;2:245-51 pubmed
    ..This article reviews advances in the study of these pathways and considers the rationale behind the surprising complexity. ..
  25. Parker J, Coleman M, Szabo V, Frost L, Schmidt R, van der Biezen E, et al. The Arabidopsis downy mildew resistance gene RPP5 shares similarity to the toll and interleukin-1 receptors with N and L6. Plant Cell. 1997;9:879-94 pubmed
  26. Slocombe S, Schauvinhold I, McQuinn R, Besser K, Welsby N, Harper A, et al. Transcriptomic and reverse genetic analyses of branched-chain fatty acid and acyl sugar production in Solanum pennellii and Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Physiol. 2008;148:1830-46 pubmed publisher
  27. Faraldos J, Gonzalez V, Li A, Yu F, Köksal M, Christianson D, et al. Probing the mechanism of 1,4-conjugate elimination reactions catalyzed by terpene synthases. J Am Chem Soc. 2012;134:20844-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Possible implications derived from the mechanistic details of the EBFS-catalyzed reaction for the evolution of sesquiterpene synthases are discussed. ..
  28. Paul M, Teh A, Twyman R, Ma J. Target product selection - where can Molecular Pharming make the difference?. Curr Pharm Des. 2013;19:5478-85 pubmed
  29. Robertson D, Mitchell G, Gilroy J, Gerrish C, Bolwell G, Slabas A. Differential extraction and protein sequencing reveals major differences in patterns of primary cell wall proteins from plants. J Biol Chem. 1997;272:15841-8 pubmed
    ..It appears that aspects of speciation reside in the complement of extracellular wall proteins. The data represent a protein resource for cell wall studies complementary to EST (expressed sequence tag) and DNA sequencing strategies. ..
  30. Wulff B, Thomas C, Smoker M, Grant M, Jones J. Domain swapping and gene shuffling identify sequences required for induction of an Avr-dependent hypersensitive response by the tomato Cf-4 and Cf-9 proteins. Plant Cell. 2001;13:255-72 pubmed
    ..Our results demonstrate that sequence variation within the central LRRs of domain C1 and variation in LRR copy number in Cf-4 and Cf-9 play a major role in determining recognition specificity in these proteins. ..
  31. Hussain H, Mant A, Seale R, Zeeman S, Hinchliffe E, Edwards A, et al. Three isoforms of isoamylase contribute different catalytic properties for the debranching of potato glucans. Plant Cell. 2003;15:133-49 pubmed
    ..The catalytic specificity of Stisa3 is distinct from that of the multimeric enzyme, indicating that it may play a different role in starch metabolism...
  32. Corley S, Carpenter R, Copsey L, Coen E. Floral asymmetry involves an interplay between TCP and MYB transcription factors in Antirrhinum. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005;102:5068-73 pubmed
    ..In addition to its role in dorsal regions, RAD acts nonautonomously on lateral regions either directly, through RAD protein movement, or indirectly, through a signaling molecule...
  33. Wilson R, Gibson R, Quispe C, Littlechild J, Talbot N. An NADPH-dependent genetic switch regulates plant infection by the rice blast fungus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:21902-7 pubmed publisher
    ..oryzae requires a regulatory mechanism involving an NADPH sensor protein, Tps1, a set of NADP-dependent transcriptional corepressors, and the nonconsuming interconversion of NADPH and NADP acting as signal transducer. ..
  34. Moore J, Loake G, Spoel S. Transcription dynamics in plant immunity. Plant Cell. 2011;23:2809-20 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we integrate these recent findings from plant defense studies into the emerging field of transcription dynamics in eukaryotes. ..
  35. Nunes C, Primavesi L, Patel M, Martínez Barajas E, Powers S, Sagar R, et al. Inhibition of SnRK1 by metabolites: tissue-dependent effects and cooperative inhibition by glucose 1-phosphate in combination with trehalose 6-phosphate. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2013;63:89-98 pubmed publisher
    ..Data provide further insight into the regulation of SnRK1 by metabolites. ..
  36. Hartley Whitaker J, Ainsworth G, Vooijs R, Ten Bookum W, Schat H, Meharg A. Phytochelatins are involved in differential arsenate tolerance in Holcus lanatus. Plant Physiol. 2001;126:299-306 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that arsenate tolerance in H. lanatus requires both adaptive suppression of the high-affinity phosphate uptake system and constitutive phytochelatin production...
  37. Nagel O, Waldron S, Jones H. An off-line implementation of the stable isotope technique for measurements of alternative respiratory pathway activities. Plant Physiol. 2001;127:1279-86 pubmed
    ..Our method provides results similar to those obtained with laboratory incubations on-line to a mass spectrometer but greatly increases the potential for adoption of the stable isotope method. ..
  38. Edwards A, Vincken J, Suurs L, Visser R, Zeeman S, Smith A, et al. Discrete forms of amylose are synthesized by isoforms of GBSSI in pea. Plant Cell. 2002;14:1767-85 pubmed
    ..The product specificity of GBSSIa could provide beneficial attributes to starches for food and nonfood uses. ..
  39. Barber C, Rösti J, Rawat A, Findlay K, Roberts K, Seifert G. Distinct properties of the five UDP-D-glucose/UDP-D-galactose 4-epimerase isoforms of Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:17276-85 pubmed
    ..We suggest that plant UGE isoforms function in different metabolic situations and that enzymatic properties, gene expression pattern, and subcellular localization contribute to the differentiation of isoform function. ..
  40. Guti rrez Marcos J, Dal Pr M, Giulini A, Costa L, Gavazzi G, Cordelier S, et al. empty pericarp4 encodes a mitochondrion-targeted pentatricopeptide repeat protein necessary for seed development and plant growth in maize. Plant Cell. 2007;19:196-210 pubmed publisher
    ..Molecular analyses further suggest that EMP4 is necessary to regulate the correct expression of a small subset of mitochondrial transcripts in the endosperm...
  41. Capoen W, Sun J, Wysham D, Otegui M, Venkateshwaran M, Hirsch S, et al. Nuclear membranes control symbiotic calcium signaling of legumes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:14348-53 pubmed publisher
  42. Walker A, Davison P, Bolognesi Winfield A, James C, Srinivasan N, Blundell T, et al. The TRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA1 locus, which regulates trichome differentiation and anthocyanin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis, encodes a WD40 repeat protein. Plant Cell. 1999;11:1337-50 pubmed
    ..The 1.5-kb TTG1 transcript is present in all major organs of Arabidopsis. Sequence analysis of six mutant alleles has identified base changes producing truncations or single amino acid changes in the TTG1 protein. ..
  43. Andriotis V, Rathjen J. The Pto kinase of tomato, which regulates plant immunity, is repressed by its myristoylated N terminus. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:26578-86 pubmed publisher
  44. Mandalari G, Faulks R, Rich G, Lo Turco V, Picout D, Lo Curto R, et al. Release of protein, lipid, and vitamin E from almond seeds during digestion. J Agric Food Chem. 2008;56:3409-16 pubmed publisher
    ..Bioaccessibility is improved by increased residence time in the gut and is regulated by almond cell walls. ..
  45. Enfissi E, Barneche F, Ahmed I, Lichtl C, Gerrish C, McQuinn R, et al. Integrative transcript and metabolite analysis of nutritionally enhanced DE-ETIOLATED1 downregulated tomato fruit. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1190-215 pubmed publisher
  46. Mentlak T, Kombrink A, Shinya T, Ryder L, Otomo I, Saitoh H, et al. Effector-mediated suppression of chitin-triggered immunity by magnaporthe oryzae is necessary for rice blast disease. Plant Cell. 2012;24:322-35 pubmed publisher
    ..oryzae to cause rice blast disease in the absence of Slp1. We propose that Slp1 sequesters chitin oligosaccharides to prevent PAMP-triggered immunity in rice, thereby facilitating rapid spread of the fungus within host tissue. ..
  47. Yates E, Valdor J, Haslam S, Morris H, Dell A, Mackie W, et al. Characterization of carbohydrate structural features recognized by anti-arabinogalactan-protein monoclonal antibodies. Glycobiology. 1996;6:131-9 pubmed
  48. Moreno F, Maldonado B, Wellner N, Mills E. Thermostability and in vitro digestibility of a purified major allergen 2S albumin (Ses i 1) from white sesame seeds (Sesamum indicum L.). Biochim Biophys Acta. 2005;1752:142-53 pubmed
  49. Howard T, Fryer M, Singh P, Metodiev M, Lytovchenko A, Obata T, et al. Antisense suppression of the small chloroplast protein CP12 in tobacco alters carbon partitioning and severely restricts growth. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:620-31 pubmed publisher
  50. Gilliland A, Singh D, Hayward J, Moore C, Murphy A, York C, et al. Genetic modification of alternative respiration has differential effects on antimycin A-induced versus salicylic acid-induced resistance to Tobacco mosaic virus. Plant Physiol. 2003;132:1518-28 pubmed
    ..Other antiviral factors, potentially including the SA-inducible RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, are regulated by AOX-independent mechanisms. ..
  51. Sullivan S, Jenkins G, Nimmo H. Roots, cycles and leaves. Expression of the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase kinase gene family in soybean. Plant Physiol. 2004;135:2078-87 pubmed publisher
    ..The PEPC and PPCK gene families in soybean are significantly more complex than previously understood...
  52. Jones M. Lipids in photosynthetic reaction centres: structural roles and functional holes. Prog Lipid Res. 2007;46:56-87 pubmed
  53. Herve C, Rogowski A, Blake A, Marcus S, Gilbert H, Knox J. Carbohydrate-binding modules promote the enzymatic deconstruction of intact plant cell walls by targeting and proximity effects. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:15293-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The targeting actions of CBMs therefore have strong proximity effects within cell wall structures, explaining why cellulose-directed CBMs are appended to many noncellulase cell wall hydrolases. ..
  54. Huh S, Cevik V, Ding P, Duxbury Z, Ma Y, Tomlinson L, et al. Protein-protein interactions in the RPS4/RRS1 immune receptor complex. PLoS Pathog. 2017;13:e1006376 pubmed publisher
  55. Li Y, Darley C, Ongaro V, Fleming A, Schipper O, Baldauf S, et al. Plant expansins are a complex multigene family with an ancient evolutionary origin. Plant Physiol. 2002;128:854-64 pubmed
    ..Closely related "expansin-like" sequences were also identified in the social amoeba, Dictyostelium discoidium, suggesting that these wall-modifying proteins have a very deep evolutionary origin. ..
  56. Anthony R, Khan S, Costa J, Pais M, Bogre L. The Arabidopsis protein kinase PTI1-2 is activated by convergent phosphatidic acid and oxidative stress signaling pathways downstream of PDK1 and OXI1. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:37536-46 pubmed
    ..PTI1-2 represents a new downstream component that integrates diverse lipid and reactive oxygen stress signals and functions closely with OXI1. ..
  57. Heckmann A, Lombardo F, Miwa H, Perry J, Bunnewell S, Parniske M, et al. Lotus japonicus nodulation requires two GRAS domain regulators, one of which is functionally conserved in a non-legume. Plant Physiol. 2006;142:1739-50 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations suggest that NSP1 is also involved in infection, bacterial release, and normal bacteroid formation in nodule cells...
  58. Sainsbury F, Lomonossoff G. Extremely high-level and rapid transient protein production in plants without the use of viral replication. Plant Physiol. 2008;148:1212-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, this system provides an ideal vehicle for high-level expression that does not rely on viral replication of transcripts. ..
  59. Geraldo N, Bäurle I, Kidou S, Hu X, Dean C. FRIGIDA delays flowering in Arabidopsis via a cotranscriptional mechanism involving direct interaction with the nuclear cap-binding complex. Plant Physiol. 2009;150:1611-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data suggest that FRI up-regulates FLC expression through a cotranscriptional mechanism involving direct physical interaction with the nuclear CBC with concomitant effects on FLC transcription and splicing. ..
  60. Stewart H, Zoidl G, Rossner M, Brennan A, Zoidl C, Nave K, et al. Helix-loop-helix proteins in Schwann cells: a study of regulation and subcellular localization of Ids, REB, and E12/47 during embryonic and postnatal development. J Neurosci Res. 1997;50:684-701 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that HLH transcription factors act as regulators of Schwann cell development and point to the existence of as yet unidentified cell type-specific bHLH proteins in these cells. ..
  61. Tugal H, Pool M, Baker A. Arabidopsis 22-kilodalton peroxisomal membrane protein. Nucleotide sequence analysis and biochemical characterization. Plant Physiol. 1999;120:309-20 pubmed
    ..Although PMP22 shows increased accumulation during the growth of young seedlings, its expression is not stimulated by light. ..
  62. Weiss J, Burgoyne R. Voltage-independent inhibition of P/Q-type Ca2+ channels in adrenal chromaffin cells via a neuronal Ca2+ sensor-1-dependent pathway involves Src family tyrosine kinase. J Biol Chem. 2001;276:44804-11 pubmed
  63. Rehmany A, Gordon A, Rose L, Allen R, Armstrong M, Whisson S, et al. Differential recognition of highly divergent downy mildew avirulence gene alleles by RPP1 resistance genes from two Arabidopsis lines. Plant Cell. 2005;17:1839-50 pubmed
    ..The presence of the motif in additional secreted proteins from plant pathogenic oomycetes and its similarity to a host-targeting signal from malaria parasites suggest a conserved role in pathogenicity. ..
  64. Opaleye O, Rose R, Whittaker M, Woo E, Whittaker J, Pickersgill R. Structural and spectroscopic studies shed light on the mechanism of oxalate oxidase. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:6428-33 pubmed
    ..Combined spectroscopic, biochemical, and structural analyses of mutants confirms the importance of the asparagine residues in organizing a functional active site complex. ..
  65. Hunter P, Craddock C, Di Benedetto S, Roberts L, Frigerio L. Fluorescent reporter proteins for the tonoplast and the vacuolar lumen identify a single vacuolar compartment in Arabidopsis cells. Plant Physiol. 2007;145:1371-82 pubmed
    ..Moreover, TIP isoform distribution is tissue and development specific, rather than organelle specific. ..
  66. Owatworakit A, Townsend B, Louveau T, Jenner H, Rejzek M, Hughes R, et al. Glycosyltransferases from oat (Avena) implicated in the acylation of avenacins. J Biol Chem. 2013;288:3696-704 pubmed publisher
  67. Zhang Z, Ren J, Clifton I, Schofield C. Crystal structure and mechanistic implications of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid oxidase--the ethylene-forming enzyme. Chem Biol. 2004;11:1383-94 pubmed
    ..The structures will form a basis for future mechanistic and inhibition studies. ..
  68. Di Cola A, Bailey S, Robinson C. The thylakoid delta pH/delta psi are not required for the initial stages of Tat-dependent protein transport in tobacco protoplasts. J Biol Chem. 2005;280:41165-70 pubmed
    ..We conclude that unknown factors play an influential role in both the mechanism and energetics of this system under in vivo conditions. ..
  69. Ponting C. Evidence for PDZ domains in bacteria, yeast, and plants. Protein Sci. 1997;6:464-8 pubmed
    ..The known affinity of Escherichia coli tsp for C-terminal polypeptides is proposed to be mediated by its PDZ-like domain, in a similar manner to the binding of C-terminal polypeptides by animal PDZ domains. ..
  70. Sherrier D, Prime T, Dupree P. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored cell-surface proteins from Arabidopsis. Electrophoresis. 1999;20:2027-35 pubmed
    ..These findings support a model where GPI-anchored proteins are involved in the generation of specialized cell surfaces and extracellular signaling molecules. ..
  71. Muskett P, Kahn K, Austin M, Moisan L, Sadanandom A, Shirasu K, et al. Arabidopsis RAR1 exerts rate-limiting control of R gene-mediated defenses against multiple pathogens. Plant Cell. 2002;14:979-92 pubmed
    ..An absence of obvious developmental defects in null Arabidopsis rar1 mutants favors the notion that, in contrast, RAR1 does not play a fundamental role in plant development. ..
  72. Crawford B, Nath U, Carpenter R, Coen E. CINCINNATA controls both cell differentiation and growth in petal lobes and leaves of Antirrhinum. Plant Physiol. 2004;135:244-53 pubmed
    ..However, while CIN promotes growth in petals, it promotes growth arrest in leaves, possibly because of different patterns of growth control in these systems...
  73. Taybi T, Nimmo H, Borland A. Expression of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase kinase genes. Implications for genotypic capacity and phenotypic plasticity in the expression of crassulacean acid metabolism. Plant Physiol. 2004;135:587-98 pubmed
  74. Castleden C, Aoki N, Gillespie V, MacRae E, Quick W, Buchner P, et al. Evolution and function of the sucrose-phosphate synthase gene families in wheat and other grasses. Plant Physiol. 2004;135:1753-64 pubmed publisher
  75. Partridge M, Murphy D. Roles of a membrane-bound caleosin and putative peroxygenase in biotic and abiotic stress responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2009;47:796-806 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that Clo-3 is part of an oxylipin pathway induced by multiple stresses and may also generate fatty acid derived anti-fungal compounds for plant defence. ..
  76. Johnson M, Ruban A. Photoprotective energy dissipation in higher plants involves alteration of the excited state energy of the emitting chlorophyll(s) in the light harvesting antenna II (LHCII). J Biol Chem. 2009;284:23592-601 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that the characteristic red-shifted fluorescence emission reflects an altered environment of the emitting chlorophyll(s) in LHCII brought about by their closer interaction with lutein 1 in the quenching locus. ..
  77. Merkouropoulos G, Shirsat A. Histochemical map of the ectopic expression of the Arabidopsis atExt1 extensin gene in transgenic tobacco. Genet Mol Res. 2012;11:1830-40 pubmed publisher
    ..glucuronidase (reporter gene) staining was also observed in the pollen grains and at the base of the corolla. ..
  78. Grierson C, Roberts K, Feldmann K, Dolan L. The COW1 locus of arabidopsis acts after RHD2, and in parallel with RHD3 and TIP1, to determine the shape, rate of elongation, and number of root hairs produced from each site of hair formation. Plant Physiol. 1997;115:981-90 pubmed
    ..Genetic evidence from double-mutant analysis of cow1-1 and other loci involved in root hair development supports our conclusion that COW1 is required during root hair elongation. ..
  79. Bogsch E, Sargent F, Stanley N, Berks B, Robinson C, Palmer T. An essential component of a novel bacterial protein export system with homologues in plastids and mitochondria. J Biol Chem. 1998;273:18003-6 pubmed
    ..These findings suggest a central role for TatC-type proteins in the translocation of tightly folded proteins across a spectrum of biological membranes. ..
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