Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in Berkeley, California, United States


Locale: Berkeley, California, United States
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

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  1. Li H, Luan S. AtFKBP53 is a histone chaperone required for repression of ribosomal RNA gene expression in Arabidopsis. Cell Res. 2010;20:357-66 pubmed publisher
    ..This study identifies a new histone chaperone in plants that functions in chromatin remodeling and regulation of transcription. ..
  2. Xiao W, Custard K, Brown R, Lemmon B, Harada J, Goldberg R, et al. DNA methylation is critical for Arabidopsis embryogenesis and seed viability. Plant Cell. 2006;18:805-14 pubmed
    ..Genes that specify embryo cell identity are misexpressed, and auxin hormone gradients are not properly formed in abnormal met1 embryos. Thus, DNA methylation is critical for the regulation of plant embryogenesis and for seed viability. ..
  3. Al Sady B, Ni W, Kircher S, Schafer E, Quail P. Photoactivated phytochrome induces rapid PIF3 phosphorylation prior to proteasome-mediated degradation. Mol Cell. 2006;23:439-46 pubmed
  4. Coaker G, Zhu G, Ding Z, Van Doren S, Staskawicz B. Eukaryotic cyclophilin as a molecular switch for effector activation. Mol Microbiol. 2006;61:1485-96 pubmed
    ..These data suggest that after delivery into the plant cell during infection, cyclophilin binds AvrRpt2 at four sites and properly folds the effector protein by peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerization. ..
  5. Tepperman J, Hudson M, Khanna R, Zhu T, Chang S, Wang X, et al. Expression profiling of phyB mutant demonstrates substantial contribution of other phytochromes to red-light-regulated gene expression during seedling de-etiolation. Plant J. 2004;38:725-39 pubmed
  6. Kim B, Waadt R, Cheong Y, Pandey G, Dominguez Solis J, Schültke S, et al. The calcium sensor CBL10 mediates salt tolerance by regulating ion homeostasis in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;52:473-84 pubmed
  7. Monte E, Alonso J, Ecker J, Zhang Y, Li X, Young J, et al. Isolation and characterization of phyC mutants in Arabidopsis reveals complex crosstalk between phytochrome signaling pathways. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1962-80 pubmed
  8. Shen Y, Khanna R, Carle C, Quail P. Phytochrome induces rapid PIF5 phosphorylation and degradation in response to red-light activation. Plant Physiol. 2007;145:1043-51 pubmed
  9. Cheong Y, Kim K, Pandey G, Gupta R, Grant J, Luan S. CBL1, a calcium sensor that differentially regulates salt, drought, and cold responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1833-45 pubmed
    ..These studies suggest that CBL1 functions as a positive regulator of salt and drought responses and a negative regulator of cold response in plants. ..

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  1. Jung H, Niyogi K. Quantitative genetic analysis of thermal dissipation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2009;150:977-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Neither QTL maps to a gene that had been identified previously in extensive forward genetics screens using induced mutants, suggesting that quantitative genetics can be used to find new genes affecting thermal dissipation. ..
  2. Chen L, Diao Z, Specht C, Sung Z. Molecular evolution of VEF-domain-containing PcG genes in plants. Mol Plant. 2009;2:738-754 pubmed publisher
    ..Available data further suggest that VEF-L36 and FIS2 were derived from a VRN2-like ancestral sequence. Thus, the presence of VEF-L36 and FIS2 in a genome may ultimately be dependent upon the presence of a VRN2-like sequence. ..
  3. Apuya N, Yadegari R, Fischer R, Harada J, Goldberg R, Harada J. RASPBERRY3 gene encodes a novel protein important for embryo development. Plant Physiol. 2002;129:691-705 pubmed
    ..Our experiments demonstrate the important role of the chloroplast, directly or indirectly, in embryo morphogenesis and development. ..
  4. Gupta R, He Z, Luan S. Functional relationship of cytochrome c(6) and plastocyanin in Arabidopsis. Nature. 2002;417:567-71 pubmed
    ..Genetic analysis demonstrated that neither plastocyanin nor Atc6 was absolutely essential for Arabidopsis growth and development. However, plants lacking both plastocyanin and Atc6 did not survive. ..
  5. Okrent R, Wildermuth M. Evolutionary history of the GH3 family of acyl adenylases in rosids. Plant Mol Biol. 2011;76:489-505 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, the clade containing PBS3 has undergone a unique expansion in Arabidopsis, with expression patterns for these genes consistent with specialized and evolving stress-responsive functions. ..
  6. Reiser L, Modrusan Z, Margossian L, Samach A, Ohad N, Haughn G, et al. The BELL1 gene encodes a homeodomain protein involved in pattern formation in the Arabidopsis ovule primordium. Cell. 1995;83:735-42 pubmed
    ..A model for BEL1 function is evaluated with regard to new data showing the expression pattern of the floral homeotic gene AGAMOUS (AG) early in wild-type and BEL1 ovule development. ..
  7. Yang S, Ayscough K, Drubin D. A role for the actin cytoskeleton of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in bipolar bud-site selection. J Cell Biol. 1997;136:111-23 pubmed
  8. He H, Yan J, Yu X, Liang Y, Fang L, Scheller H, et al. The NADPH-oxidase AtRbohI plays a positive role in drought-stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2017;491:834-839 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, more H2O2 accumulated in RbohI overexpressors than in wild type plants in response to mannitol stress. Our conclusion is that AtRbohI functions in drought-stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana. ..
  9. Zhou L, Lan W, Jiang Y, Fang W, Luan S. A calcium-dependent protein kinase interacts with and activates a calcium channel to regulate pollen tube growth. Mol Plant. 2014;7:369-76 pubmed publisher
    ..These results provide a potential feed-forward mechanism in which calcium-activated CPK32 activates CNGC18, further promoting calcium entry during the elevation phase of Ca(2+) oscillations in the polar growth of pollen tubes. ..
  10. Pu L, Liu M, Kim S, Chen L, Fletcher J, Sung Z. EMBRYONIC FLOWER1 and ULTRAPETALA1 Act Antagonistically on Arabidopsis Development and Stress Response. Plant Physiol. 2013;162:812-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Our analysis indicates that, instead of acting as off and on switches, EMF1 and ULT1 mediate histone mark deposition and modulate transcriptional activities of the target genes. ..
  11. Fiume E, Fletcher J. Regulation of Arabidopsis embryo and endosperm development by the polypeptide signaling molecule CLE8. Plant Cell. 2012;24:1000-12 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that seed development is coordinated by a secreted peptide ligand that plays a key early role in orchestrating cell patterning and proliferation in the embryo and endosperm. ..
  12. Meng L, Buchanan B, Feldman L, Luan S. CLE-like (CLEL) peptides control the pattern of root growth and lateral root development in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012;109:1760-5 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings establish CLEL as a peptide family with previously unrecognized regulatory functions controlling the pattern of root growth and lateral root development in plants. ..
  13. Gu Y, Kaplinsky N, Bringmann M, Cobb A, Carroll A, Sampathkumar A, et al. Identification of a cellulose synthase-associated protein required for cellulose biosynthesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:12866-71 pubmed publisher
    ..CSI1 is associated with CESA complexes, and csi1 mutants affect the distribution and movement of CESA complexes in the plasma membrane. ..
  14. Gille S, de Souza A, Xiong G, Benz M, Cheng K, Schultink A, et al. O-acetylation of Arabidopsis hemicellulose xyloglucan requires AXY4 or AXY4L, proteins with a TBL and DUF231 domain. Plant Cell. 2011;23:4041-53 pubmed publisher
    ..The relationship of AXY4 with another previously identified group of Arabidopsis proteins involved in general wall O-acetylation, reduced wall acetylation, is discussed. ..
  15. Pfluger J, Zambryski P. The role of SEUSS in auxin response and floral organ patterning. Development. 2004;131:4697-707 pubmed
    ..Collectively, these data suggest that SEU is a novel factor affecting auxin response. A model is proposed in which SEU functions jointly with ETT in auxin response to promote floral organ patterning and growth. ..
  16. Okrent R, Brooks M, Wildermuth M. Arabidopsis GH3.12 (PBS3) conjugates amino acids to 4-substituted benzoates and is inhibited by salicylate. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:9742-54 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests a general mechanism for the rapid, reversible regulation of GH3 activity and small molecule cross-talk. For PBS3, this may allow for coordination of flux through diverse chorismate-derived pathways. ..
  17. He Z, Li L, Luan S. Immunophilins and parvulins. Superfamily of peptidyl prolyl isomerases in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:1248-67 pubmed
    ..The large number of genes and diversity of structure domains and cellular localization make PPIases a versatile superfamily of proteins that clearly function in many cellular processes in plants. ..
  18. Xu M, Cho E, Burch Smith T, Zambryski P. Plasmodesmata formation and cell-to-cell transport are reduced in decreased size exclusion limit 1 during embryogenesis in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012;109:5098-103 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, silencing of DSE1 in Nicotiana benthamiana leaves leads to reduced movement of GFP fused to tobacco mosaic virus movement protein. Thus, DSE1 is important for regulating PD transport between plant cells...
  19. Jung H, Niyogi K. Mutations in Arabidopsis YCF20-like genes affect thermal dissipation of excess absorbed light energy. Planta. 2010;231:923-37 pubmed publisher
    ..The npq6 npq7 double mutant had an additive NPQ defect, indicating that the YCF20 family members in Arabidopsis have overlapping functions affecting thermal dissipation. ..
  20. De Michele R, McFarlane H, Parsons H, Meents M, Lao J, González Fernández Niño S, et al. Free-Flow Electrophoresis of Plasma Membrane Vesicles Enriched by Two-Phase Partitioning Enhances the Quality of the Proteome from Arabidopsis Seedlings. J Proteome Res. 2016;15:900-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Given the importance of the plasma membrane, this data set provides a valuable tool to further investigate important proteins. The mass spectrometry data are available via ProteomeXchange, identifier PXD001795. ..
  21. Roe J, Durfee T, Zupan J, Repetti P, McLean B, Zambryski P. TOUSLED is a nuclear serine/threonine protein kinase that requires a coiled-coil region for oligomerization and catalytic activity. J Biol Chem. 1997;272:5838-45 pubmed
    ..Finally, deletion mutants demonstrate a strict correlation between catalytic activity and the ability to oligomerize, arguing that activation of the protein kinase requires interaction between TSL molecules. ..
  22. Zhang Y, Mayba O, Pfeiffer A, Shi H, Tepperman J, Speed T, et al. A quartet of PIF bHLH factors provides a transcriptionally centered signaling hub that regulates seedling morphogenesis through differential expression-patterning of shared target genes in Arabidopsis. PLoS Genet. 2013;9:e1003244 pubmed publisher
    ..Together with prior evidence that all four PIFs can bind to G-boxes, the data suggest that this collective activity may be exerted via shared occupancy of binding sites in target promoters. ..
  23. Woodhouse M, Tang H, Freeling M. Different gene families in Arabidopsis thaliana transposed in different epochs and at different frequencies throughout the rosids. Plant Cell. 2011;23:4241-53 pubmed publisher
  24. Kim S, Lee J, Eshed Williams L, Zilberman D, Sung Z. EMF1 and PRC2 cooperate to repress key regulators of Arabidopsis development. PLoS Genet. 2012;8:e1002512 pubmed publisher
    ..Transcriptome analysis, coupled with the H3K27me3 pattern, of EMF1_K27 genes in emf1 and PRC2 mutants showed that EMF1 represses gene activities via diverse mechanisms and plays a novel role in the PcG mechanism. ..
  25. Lee S, Lan W, Kim B, Li L, Cheong Y, Pandey G, et al. A protein phosphorylation/dephosphorylation network regulates a plant potassium channel. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007;104:15959-64 pubmed
  26. Halliday K, Hudson M, Ni M, Qin M, Quail P. poc1: an Arabidopsis mutant perturbed in phytochrome signaling because of a T DNA insertion in the promoter of PIF3, a gene encoding a phytochrome-interacting bHLH protein. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999;96:5832-7 pubmed
  27. Li L, Tutone A, Drummond R, Gardner R, Luan S. A novel family of magnesium transport genes in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2001;13:2761-75 pubmed
    ..Using green fluorescence protein as a reporter, we localized AtMGT1 protein to the plasma membrane in Arabidopsis plants. We suggest that the AtMGT gene family encodes a Mg(2+) transport system in higher plants. ..
  28. Trueblood C, Boyartchuk V, Picologlou E, Rozema D, Poulter C, Rine J. The CaaX proteases, Afc1p and Rce1p, have overlapping but distinct substrate specificities. Mol Cell Biol. 2000;20:4381-92 pubmed
    ..The isolation of mutations in RCE1 that improved proteolysis of a-factor-CAMQ, indicated that amino acid substitutions E139K, F189L, and Q201R in Rce1p affected its substrate specificity. ..
  29. Serikawa K, Martinez Laborda A, Zambryski P. Three knotted1-like homeobox genes in Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol. 1996;32:673-83 pubmed
    ..The specificity of these patterns was confirmed by RNA fingerprint analysis. KNAT3 and 4 are light-regulated as they show reduced expression in etiolated seedlings and also in hy3, cop1 and det1 mutant backgrounds. ..
  30. Blanvillain R, Wei S, Wei P, Kim J, Ow D. Stress tolerance to stress escape in plants: role of the OXS2 zinc-finger transcription factor family. EMBO J. 2011;30:3812-22 pubmed publisher
    ..The autoactivation of OXS2 may be a commensurate response to the stress intensity, stepping up from a strategy based on tolerating the effects of stress to one of escaping the stress via reproduction. ..
  31. Liu K, Li L, Luan S. Intracellular K+ sensing of SKOR, a Shaker-type K+ channel from Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2006;46:260-8 pubmed
    ..The intracellular K+ sensing mechanism couples SKOR activity to K+ nutrition status in the 'source cells', thereby establishing a supply-based unloading system for the regulation of K+ distribution. ..
  32. Martínez García J, Huq E, Quail P. Direct targeting of light signals to a promoter element-bound transcription factor. Science. 2000;288:859-63 pubmed
  33. Bugaj L, Choksi A, Mesuda C, Kane R, Schaffer D. Optogenetic protein clustering and signaling activation in mammalian cells. Nat Methods. 2013;10:249-52 pubmed publisher
    ..We also demonstrated the modularity of this approach by photoactivating RhoA with high spatiotemporal resolution, thereby suggesting a previously unknown mode of activation for this Rho GTPase. ..
  34. Chandran D, Rickert J, Cherk C, Dotson B, Wildermuth M. Host cell ploidy underlying the fungal feeding site is a determinant of powdery mildew growth and reproduction. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2013;26:537-45 pubmed publisher
    ..Cell ploidy underlying the fungal feeding site is highly correlated with the extent of PM growth and reproduction for these mutants, indicating that (induced) mesophyll cell ploidy is a PM susceptibility determinant. ..
  35. Calonje M, Sanchez R, Chen L, Sung Z. EMBRYONIC FLOWER1 participates in polycomb group-mediated AG gene silencing in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2008;20:277-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data indicate that EMF1 plays a PRC1-like role in the PcG-mediated floral repression mechanism. ..
  36. Khanna R, Shen Y, Marion C, Tsuchisaka A, Theologis A, Schafer E, et al. The basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor PIF5 acts on ethylene biosynthesis and phytochrome signaling by distinct mechanisms. Plant Cell. 2007;19:3915-29 pubmed
  37. Mackelprang R, Okrent R, Wildermuth M. Preference of Arabidopsis thaliana GH3.5 acyl amido synthetase for growth versus defense hormone acyl substrates is dictated by concentration of amino acid substrate aspartate. Phytochemistry. 2017;143:19-28 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, we show how GH3.5, with dual activity on IAA and SA, can integrate cellular metabolic status via Asp to provide fine control of growth vs. defense outcomes and hormone homeostasis. ..
  38. Cheong Y, Sung S, Kim B, Pandey G, Cho J, Kim K, et al. Constitutive overexpression of the calcium sensor CBL5 confers osmotic or drought stress tolerance in Arabidopsis. Mol Cells. 2010;29:159-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, overexpression of CBL5 alters the gene expression of stress gene markers, such as RD29A, RD29B and Kin1 etc. These results suggest that CBL5 may function as a positive regulator of salt or drought responses in plants. ..
  39. Chae L, Sudat S, Dudoit S, Zhu T, Luan S. Diverse transcriptional programs associated with environmental stress and hormones in the Arabidopsis receptor-like kinase gene family. Mol Plant. 2009;2:84-107 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken as a whole, our study represents a preliminary, working model of processes and interactions in which the members of the RLK gene family may be involved, where such information has remained elusive for so many of its members. ..
  40. Chen S, Ehrhardt D, Somerville C. Mutations of cellulose synthase (CESA1) phosphorylation sites modulate anisotropic cell expansion and bidirectional mobility of cellulose synthase. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:17188-93 pubmed publisher
  41. Krasileva K, Zheng C, Leonelli L, Goritschnig S, Dahlbeck D, Staskawicz B. Global analysis of Arabidopsis/downy mildew interactions reveals prevalence of incomplete resistance and rapid evolution of pathogen recognition. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e28765 pubmed publisher
    ..These data indicate that the outcome of disease and disease resistance depends on genome-for-genome interactions between the host and its pathogen, rather than single gene pairs as thought previously. ..
  42. Gupta R, Ting J, Sokolov L, Johnson S, Luan S. A tumor suppressor homolog, AtPTEN1, is essential for pollen development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2002;14:2495-507 pubmed
    ..Suppression of AtPTEN1 gene expression by RNA interference caused pollen cell death after mitosis. We conclude that AtPTEN1 is a pollen-specific phosphatase and is essential for pollen development. ..
  43. Gupta R, Mould R, He Z, Luan S. A chloroplast FKBP interacts with and affects the accumulation of Rieske subunit of cytochrome bf complex. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:15806-11 pubmed
    ..When AtFKBP13 expression was suppressed by RNA interference method, the level of Rieske protein was significantly increased in the transgenic plants. ..
  44. Günl M, Pauly M. AXY3 encodes a ?-xylosidase that impacts the structure and accessibility of the hemicellulose xyloglucan in Arabidopsis plant cell walls. Planta. 2011;233:707-19 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these results demonstrate that plant apoplastic hydrolases have a larger impact on wall polymer structure and function than previously thought. ..
  45. Kim K, Cheong Y, Gupta R, Luan S. Interaction specificity of Arabidopsis calcineurin B-like calcium sensors and their target kinases. Plant Physiol. 2000;124:1844-53 pubmed
    ..These results may provide structural basis for the functional specificity of CBL family of calcium sensors and their targets. ..
  46. Zhu Y, Tepperman J, Fairchild C, Quail P. Phytochrome B binds with greater apparent affinity than phytochrome A to the basic helix-loop-helix factor PIF3 in a reaction requiring the PAS domain of PIF3. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000;97:13419-24 pubmed
  47. Hwang Y, Quail P. Phytochrome-regulated PIL1 derepression is developmentally modulated. Plant Cell Physiol. 2008;49:501-11 pubmed publisher
  48. Huq E, Quail P. PIF4, a phytochrome-interacting bHLH factor, functions as a negative regulator of phytochrome B signaling in Arabidopsis. EMBO J. 2002;21:2441-50 pubmed
    ..Consistent with this proposal, PIF4 localizes to the nucleus and can bind to a G-box DNA sequence motif found in various light-regulated promoters. ..
  49. Sokolov L, Dominguez Solis J, Allary A, Buchanan B, Luan S. A redox-regulated chloroplast protein phosphatase binds to starch diurnally and functions in its accumulation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:9732-7 pubmed
    ..Our study suggests that DSP4 acts as a bridge between light-induced redox changes and protein phosphorylation in the regulation of starch accumulation. ..
  50. Aubert D, Chen L, Moon Y, Martin D, Castle L, Yang C, et al. EMF1, a novel protein involved in the control of shoot architecture and flowering in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2001;13:1865-75 pubmed
    ..EMF1 and its related sequence may belong to a new class of proteins that function as transcriptional regulators of phase transition during shoot development. ..
  51. Cho E, Zambryski P. Organ boundary1 defines a gene expressed at the junction between the shoot apical meristem and lateral organs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:2154-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Ablation of the specific cells expressing OBO1 leads to loss of the shoot apical meristem and lateral organs. Thus, the cells expressing OBO1 are important for meristem maintenance and organogenesis in Arabidopsis. ..
  52. Goritschnig S, Krasileva K, Dahlbeck D, Staskawicz B. Computational prediction and molecular characterization of an oomycete effector and the cognate Arabidopsis resistance gene. PLoS Genet. 2012;8:e1002502 pubmed publisher
    ..Identification of this resistance gene/effector pair adds to our knowledge of plant resistance mechanisms and provides the basis for further functional analyses. ..
  53. Burch Smith T, Zambryski P. Loss of INCREASED SIZE EXCLUSION LIMIT (ISE)1 or ISE2 increases the formation of secondary plasmodesmata. Curr Biol. 2010;20:989-93 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, silencing of ISE1 and ISE2 phenocopies ise1 and ise2 mutant embryos: when wild-type ISE1 and ISE2 functions are lost, de novo production of PD occurs, leading to increased intercellular transport. ..
  54. Mizukami Y, Fischer R. Plant organ size control: AINTEGUMENTA regulates growth and cell numbers during organogenesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000;97:942-7 pubmed
    ..Based on these results, we propose that ANT regulates cell proliferation and organ growth by maintaining the meristematic competence of cells during organogenesis. ..
  55. Hoecker U, Tepperman J, Quail P. SPA1, a WD-repeat protein specific to phytochrome A signal transduction. Science. 1999;284:496-9 pubmed
    ..SPA1 can localize to the nucleus, suggesting a possible function in phytochrome A-specific regulation of gene expression. ..
  56. Kinoshita T, Harada J, Goldberg R, Fischer R. Polycomb repression of flowering during early plant development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001;98:14156-61 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that FIE-mediated polycomb complexes are an essential component of a floral repression mechanism established early during plant development...
  57. Holt N, Zigmantas D, Valkunas L, Li X, Niyogi K, Fleming G. Carotenoid cation formation and the regulation of photosynthetic light harvesting. Science. 2005;307:433-6 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that energy transfer from chlorophyll molecules to a chlorophyllzeaxanthin heterodimer, which then undergoes charge separation, is the mechanism for excess energy dissipation during feedback deexcitation. ..
  58. Li L, He Z, Pandey G, Tsuchiya T, Luan S. Functional cloning and characterization of a plant efflux carrier for multidrug and heavy metal detoxification. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:5360-8 pubmed
    ..Further experiments suggest that AtDTX1 is localized in the plasma membrane in plant cells thereby mediating the efflux of plant-derived or exogenous toxic compounds from the cytoplasm. ..
  59. 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. ..
  60. Manabe Y, Nafisi M, Verhertbruggen Y, Orfila C, Gille S, Rautengarten C, et al. Loss-of-function mutation of REDUCED WALL ACETYLATION2 in Arabidopsis leads to reduced cell wall acetylation and increased resistance to Botrytis cinerea. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:1068-78 pubmed publisher
    ..There were no obvious morphological or growth differences observed between the wild type and rwa2 mutants. However, both alleles of rwa2 displayed increased tolerance toward the necrotrophic fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea...
  61. Lertpiriyapong K, Sung Z. The elongation defective1 mutant of Arabidopsis is impaired in the gene encoding a serine-rich secreted protein. Plant Mol Biol. 2003;53:581-95 pubmed
    ..Thus, ELD1 is likely to be functionally distinct from related Arabidopsis genes. These results suggest that ELD1 is a single-copy gene which belongs to a small family of plant-specific genes with diverse function. ..
  62. Durfee T, Roe J, Sessions R, Inouye C, Serikawa K, Feldmann K, et al. The F-box-containing protein UFO and AGAMOUS participate in antagonistic pathways governing early petal development in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:8571-6 pubmed
    ..These results are combined into a genetic model explaining early second whorl initiation/proliferation, in which UFO functions to inhibit an AG-dependent activity. ..
  63. Lan W, Lee S, Che Y, Jiang Y, Luan S. Mechanistic analysis of AKT1 regulation by the CBL-CIPK-PP2CA interactions. Mol Plant. 2011;4:527-36 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings provide further insights into the signaling network consisting of CBL-CIPK-PP2C interactions in the activation of the AKT1 channel. ..
  64. Kikis E, Khanna R, Quail P. ELF4 is a phytochrome-regulated component of a negative-feedback loop involving the central oscillator components CCA1 and LHY. Plant J. 2005;44:300-13 pubmed
  65. Fu H, Luan S. AtKuP1: a dual-affinity K+ transporter from Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 1998;10:63-73 pubmed
    ..We conclude that the AtKUP1 gene product may function as a K+ transporter in Arabidopsis roots over a broad range of [K+] in the soil. ..
  66. Ni M, Tepperman J, Quail P. PIF3, a phytochrome-interacting factor necessary for normal photoinduced signal transduction, is a novel basic helix-loop-helix protein. Cell. 1998;95:657-67 pubmed
    ..Together, the data suggest that phytochrome signaling to photoregulated genes includes a direct pathway involving physical interaction between the photoreceptor and a transcriptional regulator. ..
  67. Ni W, Xu S, Chalkley R, Pham T, Guan S, Maltby D, et al. Multisite light-induced phosphorylation of the transcription factor PIF3 is necessary for both its rapid degradation and concomitant negative feedback modulation of photoreceptor phyB levels in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2679-98 pubmed publisher
  68. Day B, Dahlbeck D, Staskawicz B. NDR1 interaction with RIN4 mediates the differential activation of multiple disease resistance pathways in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2006;18:2782-91 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that this interaction serves to further regulate activation of disease resistance signaling following recognition of P. syringae DC3000-AvrRpt2 by Arabidopsis...
  69. Quail P. Phytochrome-interacting factors. Semin Cell Dev Biol. 2000;11:457-66 pubmed
    ..The phytochrome molecules are proposed to function as integral, light-switchable components of transcriptional regulator complexes targeting environmental light signals directly and instantly to specific gene promoters. ..
  70. Rentel M, Leonelli L, Dahlbeck D, Zhao B, Staskawicz B. Recognition of the Hyaloperonospora parasitica effector ATR13 triggers resistance against oomycete, bacterial, and viral pathogens. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:1091-6 pubmed publisher
    ..We have characterized regions of the RPP13(Nd) resistance protein that are essential for effector recognition and/or downstream signaling, using transient coexpression in Nicotiana benthamiana...
  71. Dominguez Solis J, He Z, Lima A, Ting J, Buchanan B, Luan S. A cyclophilin links redox and light signals to cysteine biosynthesis and stress responses in chloroplasts. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:16386-91 pubmed publisher
  72. Joshi H, Hirsch Hoffmann M, Baerenfaller K, Gruissem W, Baginsky S, Schmidt R, et al. MASCP Gator: an aggregation portal for the visualization of Arabidopsis proteomics data. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:259-70 pubmed publisher
    ..The site also provides hyperlinks back to the source information hosted at each of the curated databases to facilitate more in-depth analysis of the primary data. ..
  73. Huq E, Al Sady B, Quail P. Nuclear translocation of the photoreceptor phytochrome B is necessary for its biological function in seedling photomorphogenesis. Plant J. 2003;35:660-4 pubmed
  74. Coleman Derr D, Zilberman D. Deposition of histone variant H2A.Z within gene bodies regulates responsive genes. PLoS Genet. 2012;8:e1002988 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that H2A.Z deposition in gene bodies promotes variability in levels and patterns of gene expression, and that a major function of genic DNA methylation is to exclude H2A.Z from constitutively expressed genes...
  75. Li H, Luan S. The cyclophilin AtCYP71 interacts with CAF-1 and LHP1 and functions in multiple chromatin remodeling processes. Mol Plant. 2011;4:748-58 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our data suggest that AtCYP71 is involved in fundamental processes of chromatin assembly and histone modification in plants. ..
  76. Kobayashi K, Otegui M, Krishnakumar S, Mindrinos M, Zambryski P. INCREASED SIZE EXCLUSION LIMIT 2 encodes a putative DEVH box RNA helicase involved in plasmodesmata function during Arabidopsis embryogenesis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:1885-97 pubmed
    ..These data together suggest that ISE2 function affects PD structure and function through the regulation of RNA metabolism and consequent gene expression...
  77. Pandey G, Grant J, Cheong Y, Kim B, Li L, Luan S. ABR1, an APETALA2-domain transcription factor that functions as a repressor of ABA response in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2005;139:1185-93 pubmed
  78. Fairchild C, Schumaker M, Quail P. HFR1 encodes an atypical bHLH protein that acts in phytochrome A signal transduction. Genes Dev. 2000;14:2377-91 pubmed
    ..HFR1 mRNA is 30-fold more abundant in FRc than in continuous red light, suggesting a potential mechanistic basis for the specificity of HFR1 to phyA signaling. ..
  79. Yalovsky S, Rodríguez Concepción M, Bracha K, Toledo Ortiz G, Gruissem W. Prenylation of the floral transcription factor APETALA1 modulates its function. Plant Cell. 2000;12:1257-66 pubmed
    ..Together, the results demonstrate that AP1 is a target of farnesyltransferase and suggest that farnesylation alters the function and perhaps specificity of the transcription factor. ..
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