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A Grape ASR Protein Involved in Sugar and Abscisic Acid Signaling Article, publication date, and citation information can be found at www.plantcell.org/cgi/doi/10.1105/tpc.013854.
The function of ASR (ABA [abscisic acid]-, stress-, and ripening-induced) proteins remains unknown. A grape ASR, VvMSA, was isolated by means of a yeast one-hybrid approach using as a target theExpand
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Design of an α-L-transfucosidase for the synthesis of fucosylated HMOs.
Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are recognized as benefiting breast-fed infants in multiple ways. As a result, there is growing interest in the synthesis of HMOs mimicking their natural diversity.Expand
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Dynamic trafficking of wheat γ-gliadin and of its structural domains in tobacco cells, studied with fluorescent protein fusions
Prolamins, the main storage proteins of wheat seeds, are synthesized and retained in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) of the endosperm cells, where they accumulate in protein bodies (PBs) and are thenExpand
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Interaction of grape ASR proteins with a DREB transcription factor in the nucleus
MINT‐6743067: VvMSA (uniprotkb:Q94G23) and VvDREB (uniprotkb:A6XA90) physically interact (MI:0218) by bimolecular fluorescence complementation (MI:0809) MINT‐6743043: VvMSA (uniprotkb:Q94G23)Expand
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Dissection of the transcriptional regulation of grape ASR and response to glucose and abscisic acid.
Despite the fact that the precise physiological function of ASRs [abscisic acid (ABA), stress, ripening] remains unknown, they have been suggested to play a dual role in the plant response toExpand
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Expression of a new chimeric protein with a highly repeated sequence in tobacco cells
In wheat, the high-molecular weight (HMW) glutenin subunits are known to contribute to gluten viscoelasticity, and show some similarities to elastomeric animal proteins as elastin. When combining theExpand
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Multivalent Thiosialosides and Their Synergistic Interaction with Pathogenic Sialidases.
Sialidases (SAs) hydrolyze sialyl residues from glycoconjugates of the eukaryotic cell surface and are virulence factors expressed by pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites. The catalyticExpand
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Molecular aspects of sugar transport and sugar sensing in grape.
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Etude d'un complexe de régulation transcriptionnelle du gène d'un transporteur de glucose chez la Vigne : identification de gènes "ASR", analyse fonctionnelle de leurs regions promotrices et
The ASR proteins are involved in plant response to abiotic stresses as well as in developmental processes such as ripening. However, biological functions of these proteins remain unknown. TheExpand