Two members of the thioredoxin-h family interact with the kinase domain of a Brassica S locus receptor kinase.

@article{Bower1996TwoMO,
  title={Two members of the thioredoxin-h family interact with the kinase domain of a Brassica S locus receptor kinase.},
  author={M S Bower and D D Matias and E Fernandes-Carvalho and Maria Mazzurco and T Gu and Steven. J. Rothstein and Daphne R Goring},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={1996},
  volume={8 9},
  pages={1641-50}
}
To determine potential targets of the S locus receptor kinase (SRK) during the Brassica self-incompatibility response, a yeast two-hybrid library was screened with the SRK-910 protein kinase domain. Two thioredoxin-h-like clones, THL-1 and THL-2, were found to interact specifically with the SRK-910 protein kinase domain and not to interact with the protein kinase domains from the Arabidopsis receptor-like protein kinases (RLK) RLK4 and RLK5. The interaction between THL-1 and the SRK-910 protein… CONTINUE READING

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