ELF4 regulates GIGANTEA chromatin access through subnuclear sequestration.

  title={ELF4 regulates GIGANTEA chromatin access through subnuclear sequestration.},
  author={Yumi Kim and Junhyun Lim and Miji Yeom and Hyunmin Kim and Jeongsik Kim and Lei Wang and Woe Yeon Kim and David E. Somers and Hong Gil Nam},
  journal={Cell reports},
  volume={3 3},
Many organisms, including plants, use the circadian clock to measure the duration of day and night. Daily rhythms in the plant circadian system are generated by multiple interlocked transcriptional/translational loops and also by spatial regulations such as nuclear translocation. GIGANTEA (GI), one of the key clock components in Arabidopsis, makes distinctive nuclear bodies like other nuclear-localized circadian regulators. However, little is known about the dynamics or roles of GI subnuclear… CONTINUE READING
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