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Selective Mobility and Sensitivity to SNAREs Is Exhibited by the Arabidopsis KAT1 K+ Channel at the Plasma Membrane[W]
Recent findings indicate that proteins in the SNARE superfamily are essential for cell signaling, in addition to facilitating vesicle traffic in plant cell homeostasis, growth, and development. WeExpand
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A Tripartite SNARE-K+ Channel Complex Mediates in Channel-Dependent K+ Nutrition in Arabidopsis[W]
A few membrane vesicle trafficking (SNARE) proteins in plants are associated with signaling and transmembrane ion transport, including control of plasma membrane ion channels. Vesicle trafficExpand
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Selective targeting of plasma membrane and tonoplast traffic by inhibitory (dominant-negative) SNARE fragments.
Vesicle traffic underpins cell homeostasis, growth and development in plants, and is facilitated by a superfamily of proteins known as SNAREs [soluble NSF (N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor)Expand
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A generalized method for transfecting root epidermis uncovers endosomal dynamics in Arabidopsis root hairs.
Progress in analysing the cellular functions of many structural proteins has accelerated through the use of confocal microscopy together with transient gene expression. Several methods for transientExpand
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Membrane trafficking and polar growth in root hairs and pollen tubes.
Root hairs and pollen tubes extend by rapid elongation that occurs exclusively at the tip. Fundamental for such local, tip-focused growth (so-called 'tip growth') is the polarization of the cytoplasmExpand
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Setting SNAREs in a Different Wood
Vesicle traffic is essential for cell homeostasis, growth and development in plants, as it is in other eukaryotes, and is facilitated by a superfamily of proteins known as solubleExpand
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In trangenic rice, α- and β-tubulin regulatory sequences control GUS amount and distribution through intron mediated enhancement and intron dependent spatial expression
The genomic upstream sequence of the rice tubulin gene OsTub6 has been cloned, sequenced and characterized. The 5′UTR sequence is interrupted by a 446 bp long leader intron. This feature is sharedExpand
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ExpressionData - A public resource of high quality curated datasets representing gene expression across anatomy, development and experimental conditions
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We describe a new type of standardized datasets representative for the spatial and temporal dimensions of gene expression. Expand
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A dual effect on protein synthesis and degradation modulates the tubulin level in rice cells treated with oryzalin
Abstract. The effect of the anti-microtubular drug oryzalin on growth and morphology of cultured rice (Oryza sativa L., cv. Roncarolo) cells was evaluated with specific reference to mechanisms thatExpand
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Meiotic mutants of Medicago sativa show altered levels of α- and β-tubulin.
We have analysed the level of accumulation of α- and β-tubulin polypeptides in flowers collected from different meiotic mutants of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.). The H33 mutant previously identifiedExpand
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