A proteomics approach identifies novel proteins involved in gravitropic signal transduction.

@article{Schenck2013APA,
  title={A proteomics approach identifies novel proteins involved in gravitropic signal transduction.},
  author={Craig A. Schenck and V Ramana Pavan Nadella and Shannon L. Clay and Jessica Lindner and Zachary B. Abrams and Sarah Wyatt},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2013},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={
          194-202
        }
}
PREMISE Plant organs use gravity as a guide to direct their growth. And although gravitropism has been studied since the time of Darwin, the mechanisms of signal transduction, those that connect the biophysical stimulus perception and the biochemical events of the response, are still not understood. METHODS A quantitative proteomics approach was used to identify key proteins during the early events of gravitropism. Plants were subjected to a gravity persistent signal (GPS) treatment, and… CONTINUE READING
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