Five Arabidopsis peroxin 11 homologs individually promote peroxisome elongation, duplication or aggregation.

@article{Lingard2006FiveAP,
  title={Five Arabidopsis peroxin 11 homologs individually promote peroxisome elongation, duplication or aggregation.},
  author={Matthew J. Lingard and Richard N. Trelease},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2006},
  volume={119 Pt 9},
  pages={1961-72}
}
Pex11 homologs and dynamin-related proteins uniquely regulate peroxisome division (cell-cycle-dependent duplication) and proliferation (cell-cycle-independent multiplication). Arabidopsis plants possess five Pex11 homologs designated in this study as AtPex11a, -b, -c, -d and -e. Transcripts for four isoforms were found in Arabidopsis plant parts and in cells in suspension culture; by contrast, AtPex11a transcripts were found only in developing siliques. Within 2.5 hours after biolistic… CONTINUE READING

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