Sugar-induced endocytosis of plant 7TM-RGS proteins.

@article{Phan2013SugarinducedEO,
  title={Sugar-induced endocytosis of plant 7TM-RGS proteins.},
  author={Nguyen Phan and Daisuke Urano and Miroslav Srba and Luk{\'a}{\vs} Fischer and Alan M. Jones},
  journal={Plant signaling & behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          e22814
        }
}
Plant cells use sugars mainly as a source or store of energy and carbon skeletons for anabolic reactions and for osmotic regulation. The perception of sugars and their responses are rather complex including the heterotrimeric G protein pathway and a seven-transmembrane RGS molecule. Previously, we found that endocytosis of the 7TM-RGS leads to sustained activation of the G protein pathway in the genetic model Arabidopsis. Here we show that other plants possess similar endocytosis systems of the… CONTINUE READING

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