LIM Proteins: A Novel Class of Actin Cytoskeleton Organizers in Plants.

Abstract

The eukaryotic LIM domain defines a double zinc-finger like structure that functions as a protein-protein interaction module. Whereas in animals the LIM domain is found in numerous proteins of diverse functions, plants possess only a limited number of LIM domain-containing proteins (LIMs). It is noteworthy that most of plant LIMs belong to a same family… (More)

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