Arabidopsis CP12 mutants have reduced levels of phosphoribulokinase and impaired function of the Calvin–Benson cycle

@inproceedings{LpezCalcagno2017ArabidopsisCM,
  title={Arabidopsis CP12 mutants have reduced levels of phosphoribulokinase and impaired function of the Calvin–Benson cycle},
  author={Patricia Elena L{\'o}pez-Calcagno and Amani Omar Abuzaid and Tracy Lawson and Christine Anne Raines},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2017}
}
CP12 is a small, redox-sensitive protein, the most detailed understanding of which is the thioredoxin-mediated regulation of the Calvin-Benson cycle, where it facilitates the formation of a complex between glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) and phosphoribulokinase (PRK) in response to changes in light intensity. In most organisms, CP12 proteins are encoded by small multigene families, where the importance of each individual CP12 gene in vivo has not yet been reported. We used… CONTINUE READING
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