A novel link between ran signal transduction and nuclear envelope proteins in plants.

  title={A novel link between ran signal transduction and nuclear envelope proteins in plants.},
  author={Iris Meier},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={124 4},
A novel protein domain has been identified that is shared between putative plant Ran GTPaseactivating protein (RanGAP) and a plant protein (MAF1) previously identified to be associated with the nuclear envelope. This domain is not present in RanGAPs from animals and yeast, suggesting that plant-specific protein-protein interactions might be involved in attaching RanGAP to the nuclear envelope. The nuclear envelope separates chromatin from the cytoplasm and is involved in organizing nuclear… CONTINUE READING
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