Identification of a novel MLPK homologous gene MLPKn1 and its expression analysis in Brassica oleracea

@article{Gao2016IdentificationOA,
  title={Identification of a novel MLPK homologous gene MLPKn1 and its expression analysis in Brassica oleracea},
  author={Qiguo Gao and Songmei Shi and Yudong Liu and Quanming Pu and Xiaohuan Liu and Ying Zhang and Liquan Zhu},
  journal={Plant Reproduction},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={239-250}
}
M locus protein kinase, one of the SRK-interacting proteins, is a necessary positive regulator for the self-incompatibility response in Brassica. In B. rapa, MLPK is expressed as two different transcripts, MLPKf1 and MLPKf2, and either isoform can complement the mlpk/mlpk mutation. The AtAPK1B gene has been considered to be the ortholog of BrMLPK, and AtAPK1B has no role in self-incompatibility (SI) response in A. thaliana SRK–SCR plants. Until now, what causes the MLPK and APK1B function… CONTINUE READING
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