Heterotrimeric G protein-coupled signaling in plants.

@article{Urano2014HeterotrimericGP,
  title={Heterotrimeric G protein-coupled signaling in plants.},
  author={Daisuke Urano and Alan M. Jones},
  journal={Annual review of plant biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={365-84}
}
Investigators studying G protein-coupled signaling--often called the best-understood pathway in the world owing to intense research in medical fields--have adopted plants as a new model to explore the plasticity and evolution of G signaling. Much research on plant G signaling has not disappointed. Although plant cells have most of the core elements found in animal G signaling, differences in network architecture and intrinsic properties of plant G protein elements make G signaling in plant… CONTINUE READING
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