Ligand-induced degradation of the ethylene receptor ETR2 through a proteasome-dependent pathway in Arabidopsis.

@article{Chen2007LigandinducedDO,
  title={Ligand-induced degradation of the ethylene receptor ETR2 through a proteasome-dependent pathway in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Yi-feng Chen and Samina N. Shakeel and Julie Bowers and Xue-Chu Zhao and Naomi Etheridge and G Eric Schaller},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={282 34},
  pages={24752-8}
}
Protein degradation plays an important role in modulating ethylene signal transduction in plants. Here we show that the ethylene receptor ETR2 is one such target for degradation and that its degradation is dependent upon perception of the signaling ligand ethylene. The ETR2 protein is initially induced by ethylene treatment, consistent with an increase in transcript levels. At ethylene concentrations above 1 mul/liter, however, ETR2 protein levels subsequently decrease in a post-transcriptional… CONTINUE READING

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