Chloroplast-localized protein kinases: a step forward towards a complete inventory.

  title={Chloroplast-localized protein kinases: a step forward towards a complete inventory.},
  author={Roman G. Bayer and Simon Stael and Agostinho G Rocha and Andrea Mair and Ute C Vothknecht and Markus Teige},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  volume={63 4},
In addition to redox regulation, protein phosphorylation has gained increasing importance as a regulatory principle in chloroplasts in recent years. However, only very few chloroplast-localized protein kinases have been identified to date. Protein phosphorylation regulates important chloroplast processes such as photosynthesis or transcription. In order to better understand chloroplast function, it is therefore crucial to obtain a complete picture of the chloroplast kinome, which is currently… CONTINUE READING

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