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hPar14, Par14, PIN4, Par17, hEPVH, EPVH
This gene encodes a member of the parvulin subfamily of the peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerase protein family. The encoded protein catalyzes the isomerization of peptidylprolyl bonds, and may play a role in the cell cycle, chromatin remodeling, and/or ribosome biogenesis. The encoded protein may play an additional role in the mitochondria. [provided by RefSeq, Dec 2009] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: PIN, Pin1, CIs, ACID, TRF1
Papers on hPar14
Narciclasine, a potential allelochemical, affects subcellular trafficking of auxin transporter proteins and actin cytoskeleton dynamics in Arabidopsis roots.
Bi et al., Lanzhou, China. In Planta, Dec 2015
Analysis of the subcellular distribution of PIN and AUX1 proteins in roots revealed that NCS induced the intracellular accumulation of auxin transporters, including PIN2, PIN3, PIN4, PIN7 and AUX1.
Calpain-Mediated Positional Information Directs Cell Wall Orientation to Sustain Plant Stem Cell Activity, Growth and Development.
Opsahl-Sorteberg et al., Portugal. In Plant Cell Physiol, Sep 2015
The DEFECTIVE KERNEL1 (DEK1) gene encoding the unique plant calpain protein is fundamental for development and growth, being essential to confer and maintain epidermal cell identity that allows development beyond the globular embryo stage.
A tetratricopeptide repeat domain-containing protein SSR1 located in mitochondria is involved in root development and auxin polar transport in Arabidopsis.
Hua et al., Beijing, China. In Plant J, Aug 2015
Here, we report a previously uncharacterized gene SSR1, which encodes a mitochondrial protein with tetratricopeptide repeat (TPR) domains, and show its function in root development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
The Arabidopsis SWI2/SNF2 Chromatin Remodeling ATPase BRAHMA Targets Directly to PINs and Is Required for Root Stem Cell Niche Maintenance.
Wu et al., Taipei, Taiwan. In Plant Cell, Jun 2015
Chromatin immunoprecipitation assays showed that BRM could directly target to the chromatin of PIN1, PIN2, PIN3, PIN4, and PIN7.
Plant embryogenesis requires AUX/LAX-mediated auxin influx.
Friml et al., Brno, Czech Republic. In Development, Mar 2015
This MONOPTEROS-dependent transcriptional regulation of auxin influx (AUX1, LAX1 and LAX2) and auxin efflux (PIN1 and PIN4) carriers by MONOPTEROS helps to maintain proper auxin transport to the root tip.
Gene expression changes triggered by end-of-day far-red light treatment on early developmental stages of Eustoma grandiflorum (Raf.) Shinn.
Tamura et al., Tottori, Japan. In Sci Rep, 2014
Among the differentially expressed genes (DEGs) related to synthesis or transport of auxin, higher levels of YUCCA (CL6581) and PIN4 (CL6181) were noted after treatment in EOD than in Cont in the leaf.
Functional Analysis of the Hydrophilic Loop in Intracellular Trafficking of Arabidopsis PIN-FORMED Proteins.
Cho et al., Seoul, South Korea. In Plant Cell, 2014
Arabidopsis thaliana PINs with a long hydrophilic loop (HL) (PIN1 to PIN4 and PIN7; long PINs) localize predominantly to the plasma membrane (PM), whereas short PINs (PIN5 and PIN8) localize predominantly to internal compartments.
The MADS transcription factor XAL2/AGL14 modulates auxin transport during Arabidopsis root development by regulating PIN expression.
Álvarez-Buylla et al., Mexico. In Embo J, 2013
Furthermore, this MADS-domain transcription factor upregulates PIN1 and PIN4 by direct binding to regulatory regions and it is required for PIN4-dependent auxin response.
Aberrant expression of p63 in adenocarcinoma of the prostate: a radical prostatectomy study.
Epstein et al., Baltimore, United States. In Am J Surg Pathol, 2013
Immunohistochemical analysis for PIN4 and Ki-67 was performed in all RP cases.
The Phytophthora parasitica RXLR effector penetration-specific effector 1 favours Arabidopsis thaliana infection by interfering with auxin physiology.
Gourgues et al., Antibes, France. In New Phytol, 2013
Expression of PSE1 protein in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum and Nicotiana benthamiana) leaves and in Arabidopsis thaliana plants was used to assess the role of this effector in plant physiology and in interactions with pathogens.
An auxin transport mechanism restricts positive orthogravitropism in lateral roots.
Kleine-Vehn et al., Vienna, Austria. In Curr Biol, 2013
Our data suggest that strong repression of PIN4/PIN7 and transient PIN3 expression limit auxin redistribution in young LR columella cells.
D6PK AGCVIII kinases are required for auxin transport and phototropic hypocotyl bending in Arabidopsis.
Schwechheimer et al., Freising, Germany. In Plant Cell, 2013
In Arabidopsis thaliana, phototropic hypocotyl bending is initiated by the blue light receptors and protein kinases phototropin1 (phot1) and phot2.
Inactivation of plasma membrane-localized CDPK-RELATED KINASE5 decelerates PIN2 exocytosis and root gravitropic response in Arabidopsis.
Cséplo et al., Szeged, Hungary. In Plant Cell, 2013
Reduced activity of the auxin-induced DR5-green fluorescent protein reporter suggests that auxin is depleted from crk5 root tips.
NO VEIN mediates auxin-dependent specification and patterning in the Arabidopsis embryo, shoot, and root.
Okada et al., Kyoto, Japan. In Plant Cell, 2009
NOV is required for cell type-specific expression of PIN4 in the root.
Antagonistic regulation of PIN phosphorylation by PP2A and PINOID directs auxin flux.
Friml et al., Tübingen, Germany. In Cell, 2007
PP2A and PINOID both partially colocalize with PINs and act antagonistically on the phosphorylation state of their central hydrophilic loop, hence mediating PIN apical-basal polar targeting.
Characterization of novel elongated Parvulin isoforms that are ubiquitously expressed in human tissues and originate from alternative transcription initiation.
Bayer et al., Essen, Germany. In Bmc Mol Biol, 2005
Identification of a longer Parvulin isoform (Par17) that has an extension at the 5' end including a 75 bp extended open reading frame.
Maintenance of embryonic auxin distribution for apical-basal patterning by PIN-FORMED-dependent auxin transport in Arabidopsis.
Offringa et al., Leiden, Netherlands. In Plant Cell, 2005
Data suggest that auxin transport activity, in particular that of the PIN-FORMED1 (PIN1) and PIN4 proteins, is a major factor in the maintenance of auxin gradients.
Phosphorylation of the N-terminal domain regulates subcellular localization and DNA binding properties of the peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerase hPar14.
Fischer et al., Halle, Germany. In J Mol Biol, 2003
subcellular localization and DNA binding properties of hPar14 are regulated by phosphorylation of the N-terminal domain
AtPIN4 mediates sink-driven auxin gradients and root patterning in Arabidopsis.
Palme et al., Köln, Germany. In Cell, 2002
Here, we characterize a novel member of the PIN family of putative auxin efflux carriers, Arabidopsis PIN4, that is localized in developing and mature root meristems.
SV40 T antigen binding site mutations that affect autoregulation.
Tjian et al., In Cell, 1983
A mutant, pIN4, containing substitutions within T antigen binding site II, is transcribed in a cell-free extract at wild-type efficiency but is unable to be repressed in vitro by purified T antigen under conditions that fully repress wild-type transcription.
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