ANAC017 Coordinates Organellar Functions and Stress Responses by Reprogramming Retrograde Signaling1[OPEN]

@article{Meng2019ANAC017CO,
  title={ANAC017 Coordinates Organellar Functions and Stress Responses by Reprogramming Retrograde Signaling1[OPEN]},
  author={Xiangxiang Meng and Lu Li and Inge De Clercq and Reena Narsai and Yue Xu and Andreas Hartmann and Diego Lozano Claros and Eddie Custovic and Mathew G. Lewsey and James Whelan and Oliver Berkowitz},
  journal={Plant Physiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={180},
  pages={634 - 653}
}
Overexpression of ANAC017 in Arabidopsis leads to restricted growth, cell death, and early senescence due to impaired organellar retrograde signaling and transcriptomic reprogramming. Mitochondria adjust their activities in response to external and internal stimuli to optimize growth via the mitochondrial retrograde response signaling pathway. The Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) NAC domain transcription factor ANAC017 has previously been identified as a regulator of the mitochondrial… 

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