Arabidopsis EIN2 modulates stress response through abscisic acid response pathway

@article{Wang2007ArabidopsisEM,
  title={Arabidopsis EIN2 modulates stress response through abscisic acid response pathway},
  author={Youning Wang and Chuang Liu and Kexue Li and Feifei Sun and Haizhou Hu and Xia Li and Yankun Zhao and Chunyu Han and Wensheng Zhang and Yunfeng Duan and Mengyu Liu},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={64},
  pages={633-644}
}
The nuclear protein ETHYLENE INSENSITIVE2 (EIN2) is a central component of the ethylene signal transduction pathway in plants, and plays an important role in mediating cross-links between several hormone response pathways, including abscisic acid (ABA). ABA mediates stress responses in plants, but there is no report on the role of EIN2 on plant response to salt and osmotic stresses. Here, we show that EIN2 gene regulates plant response to osmotic and salt stress through an ABA-dependent pathway… 
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