Arabidopsis KCBP interacts with AIR9 but stays in the cortical division zone throughout mitosis via its MyTH4-FERM domain.

@article{Buschmann2015ArabidopsisKI,
  title={Arabidopsis KCBP interacts with AIR9 but stays in the cortical division zone throughout mitosis via its MyTH4-FERM domain.},
  author={Henrik Buschmann and Jacqueline Dols and Sarah Kopischke and Eduardo Jos{\'e} Pe{\~n}a and Miguel A. Andrade-Navarro and Manfred Heinlein and Daniel B Szymanski and Sabine Zachgo and John H. Doonan and Clive W. Lloyd},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2015},
  volume={128 11},
  pages={2033-46}
}
The preprophase band of microtubules performs the crucial function of marking the plane of cell division. Although the preprophase band depolymerises at the onset of mitosis, the division plane is 'memorized' by a cortical division zone to which the phragmoplast is attracted during cytokinesis. Proteins have been discovered that are part of the molecular memory but little is known about how they contribute to phragmoplast guidance. Previously, we found that the microtubule-associated protein… CONTINUE READING

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