Regulation of CAX 1 , an Arabidopsis Ca 2 / H Antiporter . Identification of an N-Terminal Autoinhibitory Domain 1

@inproceedings{Pittman2001RegulationOC,
  title={Regulation of CAX 1 , an Arabidopsis Ca 2 / H Antiporter . Identification of an N-Terminal Autoinhibitory Domain 1},
  author={Jon K Pittman and Kendal D Hirschi},
  year={2001}
}
Regulation of Ca transport determines the duration of a Ca signal, and hence, the nature of the biological response. Ca /H antiporters such as CAX1 (cation exchanger 1), play a key role in determining cytosolic Ca levels. Analysis of a full-length CAX1 clone suggested that the CAX1 open reading frame contains an additional 36 amino acids at the N terminus that were not found in the original clone identified by suppression of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) vacuolar Ca transport mutants. The… CONTINUE READING
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