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Ceramide synthase 4

trh1, LASS4, CerS4
Functions as a potassium transporter and is required for the establishment of root tip growth. (from NCBI)
Papers on trh1
Ammonium-induced loss of root gravitropism is related to auxin distribution and TRH1 function, and is uncoupled from the inhibition of root elongation in Arabidopsis.
GeneRIF
Shi et al., Nanjing, China. In J Exp Bot, 2012
Ammonium-induced loss of root gravitropism is related to auxin distribution and TRH1 pathway.
Linkage and association of phospholipid transfer protein activity to LASS4.
GeneRIF
Jarvik et al., Seattle, United States. In J Lipid Res, 2011
The linkage and association of phospholipid transfer protein activity to LASS4 were studied.
Potassium carrier TRH1 is required for auxin transport in Arabidopsis roots.
GeneRIF
Grabov et al., Ashford, United Kingdom. In Plant J, 2004
Disruption of the TRH1 potassium transporter impairs root hair development in Arabidopsis, and also affects root gravitropic behaviour.
Two mammalian longevity assurance gene (LAG1) family members, trh1 and trh4, regulate dihydroceramide synthesis using different fatty acyl-CoA donors.
GeneRIF
Futerman et al., Israel. In J Biol Chem, 2003
Lag1p family members trh1 and trh4 regulate (dihydro)ceramide synthases responsible for production of sphingolipids containing different fatty acids
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