The Photomorphogenesis Regulator DET1 Binds the Amino-Terminal Tail of Histone H2B in a Nucleosome Context

@article{Benvenuto2002ThePR,
  title={The Photomorphogenesis Regulator DET1 Binds the Amino-Terminal Tail of Histone H2B in a Nucleosome Context},
  author={Giovanna Benvenuto and Fabio Formiggini and Pierre J Laflamme and Mikhail V Malakhov and Chris Bowler},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={12},
  pages={1529-1534}
}
Light provides a major source of information from the environment during plant growth and development. Recent results suggest that the key events controlling light-regulated gene expression in plants are translocation of the phytochrome photoreceptors into the nucleus, followed by their binding to transcription factors such as PIF3. Coupled with this, the degradation of positively acting intermediates such as the transcription factor HY5 by COP1 and the COP9 signalosome appears to be an… CONTINUE READING

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