Regulation of calcium and magnesium homeostasis in plants: from transporters to signaling network.

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Calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) are the most abundant divalent cations in plants. As a nutrient and a signaling ion, Ca2+ levels in the cell are tightly controlled by an array of channels and carriers that provide mechanistic basis for Ca2+ homeostasis and the generation of Ca2+ signals. Although a family of CorA-type Mg2+ transporters plays a key role… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pbi.2017.06.009

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@article{Tang2017RegulationOC, title={Regulation of calcium and magnesium homeostasis in plants: from transporters to signaling network.}, author={Ren-Jie Tang and Sheng Luan}, journal={Current opinion in plant biology}, year={2017}, volume={39}, pages={97-105} }