The AKT3 potassium channel protein interacts with the AtPP2CA protein phosphatase 2C.

@article{Vranov2001TheAP,
  title={The AKT3 potassium channel protein interacts with the AtPP2CA protein phosphatase 2C.},
  author={Eva Vranov{\'a} and Sari T{\"a}htiharju and Rutchadaporn Sriprang and Hilde Willekens and Pekka U Heino and E Tapio Palva and Dirk Inz{\'e} and Wim Van Camp},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2001},
  volume={52 354},
  pages={181-2}
}
The AKT3 potassium channel protein was identified as a strongly interacting partner of the Arabidopsis thaliana protein phosphatase 2C (AtPP2CA) in a yeast two-hybrid screen. A deletion analysis indicated that the catalytic domain of AtPP2CA was essential for the interaction with AKT3. Furthermore, the related PP2C phosphatase ABI1 did not interact with AKT3 in yeast. 

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