Arabidopsis homologs of a c-Jun coactivator are present both in monomeric form and in the COP9 complex, and their abundance is differentially affected by the pleiotropic cop/det/fus mutations.

@article{Kwok1998ArabidopsisHO,
  title={Arabidopsis homologs of a c-Jun coactivator are present both in monomeric form and in the COP9 complex, and their abundance is differentially affected by the pleiotropic cop/det/fus mutations.},
  author={Shing F. Kwok and Roberto Solano and Tomohiko Tsuge and Daniel A. Chamovitz and Joseph R. Ecker and Minami Matsui and Xing Wang Deng},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={1779-90}
}
The CONSTITUTIVE PHOTOMORPHOGENIC9 (COP9) complex is a nuclear localized, multisubunit protein complex essential for repression of light-mediated development in Arabidopsis. Mutations that abolish the complex result in constitutive photomorphogenic development in darkness and pleiotropic developmental defects in both light and darkness. Here, we report the identification of two apparently redundant genes, AJH1 and AJH2, that encode a subunit of the COP9 complex. Both AJH1 and AJH2 share high… CONTINUE READING
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