Phytochrome and retrograde signalling pathways converge to antagonistically regulate a light-induced transcriptional network

@article{Martn2016PhytochromeAR,
  title={Phytochrome and retrograde signalling pathways converge to antagonistically regulate a light-induced transcriptional network},
  author={G. Mart{\'i}n and P. Leivar and Dolores Ludevid and J. Tepperman and P. Quail and E. Monte},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={7}
}
Plastid-to-nucleus retrograde signals emitted by dysfunctional chloroplasts impact photomorphogenic development, but the molecular link between retrograde- and photosensory-receptor signalling has remained unclear. Here, we show that the phytochrome and retrograde signalling (RS) pathways converge antagonistically to regulate the expression of the nuclear-encoded transcription factor GLK1, a key regulator of a light-induced transcriptional network central to photomorphogenesis. GLK1 gene… Expand
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