HDA18 affects cell fate in Arabidopsis root epidermis via histone acetylation at four kinase genes.

@article{Liu2013HDA18AC,
  title={HDA18 affects cell fate in Arabidopsis root epidermis via histone acetylation at four kinase genes.},
  author={Cui Liu and Lin-Chen Li and Wen-qian Chen and Xian Chen and Zhi-Hong Xu and Shunong Bai},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={257-69}
}
The differentiation of hair (H) and non-hair (N) cells in the Arabidopsis thaliana root epidermis is dependent on positional relationships with underlying cortical cells. We previously found that histone acetylation relays positional information and that a mutant altered in the histone deacetylase gene family member HISTONE DEACETYLASE 18 (HDA18) exhibits altered H and N epidermal cell patterning. Here, we report that HDA18 has in vitro histone deacetylase activity and that both mutation and… CONTINUE READING
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