Germline-specific MATH-BTB substrate adaptor MAB1 regulates spindle length and nuclei identity in maize.

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Germline and early embryo development constitute ideal model systems to study the establishment of polarity, cell identity, and asymmetric cell divisions (ACDs) in plants. We describe here the function of the MATH-BTB domain protein MAB1 that is exclusively expressed in the germ lineages and the zygote of maize (Zea mays). mab1 (RNA interference [RNAi… (More)
DOI: 10.1105/tpc.112.107169

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@article{Jurani2012GermlinespecificMS, title={Germline-specific MATH-BTB substrate adaptor MAB1 regulates spindle length and nuclei identity in maize.}, author={Martina Jurani{\vc} and Kanok-orn Srilunchang and Nadia G Krohn and Dunja Leljak-Levani{\'c} and Stefanie Sprunck and Thomas Dresselhaus}, journal={The Plant cell}, year={2012}, volume={24 12}, pages={4974-91} }