Calcium-dependent modulation and plasma membrane targeting of the AKT2 potassium channel by the CBL4/CIPK6 calcium sensor/protein kinase complex

@article{Held2011CalciumdependentMA,
  title={Calcium-dependent modulation and plasma membrane targeting of the AKT2 potassium channel by the CBL4/CIPK6 calcium sensor/protein kinase complex},
  author={Katrin Held and François Pascaud and Christian Eckert and Pawel Gajdanowicz and Kenji Hashimoto and Claire Corratg{\'e}-Faillie and Jan Niklas Offenborn and Beno{\^i}t Lacombe and Ingo Dreyer and J. Thibaud and J{\"o}rg Kudla},
  journal={Cell Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={1116-1130}
}
Potassium (K+) channel function is fundamental to many physiological processes. However, components and mechanisms regulating the activity of plant K+ channels remain poorly understood. Here, we show that the calcium (Ca2+) sensor CBL4 together with the interacting protein kinase CIPK6 modulates the activity and plasma membrane (PM) targeting of the K+ channel AKT2 from Arabidopsis thaliana by mediating translocation of AKT2 to the PM in plant cells and enhancing AKT2 activity in oocytes… CONTINUE READING
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