Comparing the calcium binding abilities of two soybean calmodulins: towards understanding the divergent nature of plant calmodulins.

@article{Gifford2013ComparingTC,
  title={Comparing the calcium binding abilities of two soybean calmodulins: towards understanding the divergent nature of plant calmodulins.},
  author={Jessica L. Gifford and Mostafa Jamshidiha and Jeffrey D Mo and Hiroaki Ishida and Hans J. Vogel},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 11},
  pages={
          4512-24
        }
}
The discovery that plants contain multiple calmodulin (CaM) isoforms of variable sequence identity to animal CaM suggested an additional level of sophistication in the intracellular role of calcium regulation in plants. Past research has focused on the ability of conserved or divergent plant CaM isoforms to activate both mammalian and plant protein targets. At present, however, not much is known about how these isoforms respond to the signal of an increased cytosolic calcium concentration. Here… CONTINUE READING

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