The novel Solanum tuberosum calcium dependent protein kinase, StCDPK3, is expressed in actively growing organs

@article{Grandellis2012TheNS,
  title={The novel Solanum tuberosum calcium dependent protein kinase, StCDPK3, is expressed in actively growing organs},
  author={Carolina Grandellis and Ver{\'o}nica Giammaria and Magal{\'i} Graciela Bialer and Franco Santin and Tian Lin and David J Hannapel and Rita Mar{\'i}a Ulloa},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2012},
  volume={236},
  pages={1831-1848}
}
Calcium-dependent protein kinases (CDPKs) are key components of calcium regulated signaling cascades in plants. In this work, isoform StCDPK3 from Solanum tuberosum was studied and fully described. StCDPK3 encodes a 63 kDa protein with an N-terminal variable domain (NTV), rich in prolines and glutamines, which presents myristoylation and palmitoylation consensus sites and a PEST sequence indicative of rapid protein degradation. StCDPK3 gene (circa 11 kb) is localized in chromosome 3, shares the… CONTINUE READING

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