A vesicle-trafficking protein commandeers Kv channel voltage sensors for voltage-dependent secretion

@article{Grefen2015AVP,
  title={A vesicle-trafficking protein commandeers Kv channel voltage sensors for voltage-dependent secretion},
  author={Christopher Grefen and Rucha Karnik and Emily R Larson and C{\'e}cile Lefoulon and Yizhou Wang and Sakharam Waghmare and Ben Zhang and Adrian Hills and Michael R Blatt},
  journal={Nature Plants},
  year={2015},
  volume={1}
}
Growth in plants depends on ion transport for osmotic solute uptake and secretory membrane trafficking to deliver material for wall remodelling and cell expansion. The coordination of these processes lies at the heart of the question, unresolved for more than a century, of how plants regulate cell volume and turgor. Here we report that the SNARE protein SYP121 (SYR1/PEN1), which mediates vesicle fusion at the Arabidopsis plasma membrane, binds the voltage sensor domains (VSDs) of K+ channels to… CONTINUE READING
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