PbrSLAH3 is a nitrate-selective anion channel which is modulated by calcium-dependent protein kinase 32 in pear

@inproceedings{Chen2019PbrSLAH3IA,
  title={PbrSLAH3 is a nitrate-selective anion channel which is modulated by calcium-dependent protein kinase 32 in pear},
  author={Guodong Chen and Li Wang and Qian Chen and Kaijie Qi and Hao Yin and Peng Cao and Chao Tang and Xiao Huan Wu and Shaoling Zhang and Peng Wang and Juyou Wu},
  booktitle={BMC plant biology},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND The functional characteristics of SLAC/SLAH family members isolated from Arabidopsis thaliana, poplar, barley and rice have been comprehensively investigated. However, there are no reports regarding SLAC/SLAH family genes from Rosaceae plants. RESULTS In this study, the function of PbrSLAH3, which is predominately expressed in pear (Pyrus bretschneideri) root, was investigated. PbrSLAH3 can rescue the ammonium toxicity phenomenon of slah3 mutant plants under high-ammonium/low… CONTINUE READING
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