AtGRP2, a cold-induced nucleo-cytoplasmic RNA-binding protein, has a role in flower and seed development

@article{Fusaro2006AtGRP2AC,
  title={AtGRP2, a cold-induced nucleo-cytoplasmic RNA-binding protein, has a role in flower and seed development},
  author={Adriana Flores Fusaro and Silvia Nora Bocca and Rose Lucia Braz Ramos and Rosa Maria Barr{\^o}co and Claudia Magioli and Vanessa Cardeal Jorge and Tatiana Cardoso Coutinho and Camila Martins Rangel-Lima and Riet de Rycke and Dirk Inz{\'e} and Gilbert Engler and Gilberto Sachetto-Martins},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2006},
  volume={225},
  pages={1339-1351}
}
The glycine-rich protein AtGRP2 is one of the four members of the cold-shock domain (CSD) protein family in Arabidopsis. It is characterized by the presence of a nucleic acid-binding CSD domain, two glycine-rich domains and two CCHC zinc-fingers present in nucleic acid-binding proteins. In an attempt to further understand the role of CSD/GRP proteins in plants, we have proceeded to the functional characterization of the AtGRP2 gene. Here, we demonstrate that AtGRP2 is a nucleo-cytoplasmic… CONTINUE READING

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