Receptor signal output mediated by the ETR1 N terminus is primarily subfamily I receptor dependent.

@article{Xie2006ReceptorSO,
  title={Receptor signal output mediated by the ETR1 N terminus is primarily subfamily I receptor dependent.},
  author={Fang Xie and Qian Liu and Chi-Kuang Wen},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={142 2},
  pages={492-508}
}
etr1-1 is a dominant ethylene receptor gene in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) and confers ethylene insensitivity. The truncated etr1-1(1-349) protein is capable of repressing ethylene responses, whereas etr1(1-349) is not, lending support to a hypothesis that the dominant etr1-1(1-349) could convert wild-type receptors to an ethylene-insensitive state. Assuming that etr1-1(1-349) and etr1(1-349) would share the same signaling mechanism, we hypothesize that the etr1(1-349) protein is capable… CONTINUE READING

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