A member of the mitogen-activated protein 3-kinase family is involved in the regulation of plant vacuolar glucose uptake.

@article{Wingenter2011AMO,
  title={A member of the mitogen-activated protein 3-kinase family is involved in the regulation of plant vacuolar glucose uptake.},
  author={Karina Wingenter and Oliver Trentmann and Irina Winschuh and Imke H{\"o}rmiller and Arnd G. Heyer and Joerg Reinders and Alexander Schulz and Dietmar Geiger and Rainer Hedrich and Horst Ekkehard Neuhaus},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={890-900}
}
Vacuolar solute accumulation is an important process during plant development, growth and stress responses. Although several vacuolar carriers have been identified recently, knowledge regarding the regulation of transport is still limited. Solute accumulation may be controlled by various factors, such as alterations in carrier abundance or activity. Phosphorylation via kinases is a well-known principle for activation or deactivation of proteins. Several phosphorylated proteins have been… CONTINUE READING
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