Commandeering Channel Voltage Sensors for Secretion, Cell Turgor, and Volume Control

@inproceedings{Karnik2017CommandeeringCV,
  title={Commandeering Channel Voltage Sensors for Secretion, Cell Turgor, and Volume Control},
  author={Rucha Karnik and Sakharam Waghmare and Ben Zhang and Emily R Larson and C{\'e}cile Lefoulon and Wendy Gonz{\'a}lez and Michael R Blatt},
  booktitle={Trends in plant science},
  year={2017}
}
Control of cell volume and osmolarity is central to cellular homeostasis in all eukaryotes. It lies at the heart of the century-old problem of how plants regulate turgor, mineral and water transport. Plants use strongly electrogenic H+-ATPases, and the substantial membrane voltages they foster, to drive solute accumulation and generate turgor pressure for cell expansion. Vesicle traffic adds membrane surface and contributes to wall remodelling as the cell grows. Although a balance between… CONTINUE READING
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