Plasma membrane protein OsMCA1 is involved in regulation of hypo-osmotic shock-induced Ca2+ influx and modulates generation of reactive oxygen species in cultured rice cells

@article{Kurusu2011PlasmaMP,
  title={Plasma membrane protein OsMCA1 is involved in regulation of hypo-osmotic shock-induced Ca2+ influx and modulates generation of reactive oxygen species in cultured rice cells},
  author={T. Kurusu and Daisuke Nishikawa and Y. Yamazaki and Mariko Gotoh and M. Nakano and Haruyasu Hamada and Takuya Yamanaka and K. Iida and Y. Nakagawa and H. Saji and K. Shinozaki and H. Iida and K. Kuchitsu},
  journal={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={11 - 11}
}
  • T. Kurusu, Daisuke Nishikawa, +10 authors K. Kuchitsu
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine, Biology
  • BMC Plant Biology
  • BackgroundMechanosensing and its downstream responses are speculated to involve sensory complexes containing Ca2+-permeable mechanosensitive channels. On recognizing osmotic signals, plant cells initiate activation of a widespread signal transduction network that induces second messengers and triggers inducible defense responses. Characteristic early signaling events include Ca2+ influx, protein phosphorylation and generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Pharmacological analyses show Ca2… CONTINUE READING

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