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Zinc finger and BTB domain containing 25

Top mentioned proteins: HAK, ACID, trkA, IgG3, HAD
Papers on KUP
Rice potassium transporter OsHAK1 is essential for maintaining potassium-mediated growth and functions in salt tolerance over low and high potassium concentration ranges.
Xu et al., Nanjing, China. In Plant Cell Environ, Dec 2015
Here, we report the expression patterns and physiological roles of OsHAK1, a member belonging to the KT/KUP/HAK gene family in rice (Oryza sativa L.).
Potassium transporter TRH1 subunits assemble regulating root-hair elongation autonomously from the cell fate determination pathway.
Hatzopoulos et al., Athens, Greece. In Plant Sci, Feb 2015
TRH1 belongs to Arabidopsis KT/KUP/HAK potassium transporter family controlling root-hair growth and gravitropism.
Genome-wide analysis and identification of KT/HAK/KUP potassium transporter gene family in peach (Prunus persica).
Yu et al., Nanjing, China. In Genet Mol Res, 2014
The KT/HAK/KUP family members encoding high-affinity potassium (K(+)) transporters mediate K(+) transport across the plasma membranes of plant cells to maintain plant normal growth and metabolic activities.
The role of a potassium transporter OsHAK5 in potassium acquisition and transport from roots to shoots in rice at low potassium supply levels.
Xu et al., Nanjing, China. In Plant Physiol, 2014
In plants, K transporter (KT)/high affinity K transporter (HAK)/K uptake permease (KUP) is the largest potassium (K) transporter family; however, few of the members have had their physiological functions characterized in planta.
Expansion of the APC superfamily of secondary carriers.
Saier et al., San Diego, United States. In Proteins, 2014
These families include the PAAP (Putative Amino Acid Permease), LIVCS (Branched Chain Amino Acid:Cation Symporter), NRAMP (Natural Resistance-Associated Macrophage Protein), CstA (Carbon starvation A protein), KUP (K⁺ Uptake Permease), BenE (Benzoate:H⁺ Virginia Symporter), and AE (Anion Exchanger).
Molecular biology of K+ transport across the plant cell membrane: what do we learn from comparison between plant species?
Sentenac et al., Montpellier, France. In J Plant Physiol, 2014
In this review, we focus on three families of plant K(+) transport systems that are active at the plasma membrane: the Shaker K(+) channel family, comprised of voltage-gated channels that dominate the plasma membrane conductance to K(+) in most environmental conditions, and two families of transporters, the HAK/KUP/KT K(+) transporter family, which includes some high-affinity transporters, and the HKT K(+) and/or Na(+) transporter family, in which K(+)-permeable members seem to be present in monocots only.
NO-releasing xanthine KMUP-1 bonded by simvastatin attenuates bleomycin-induced lung inflammation and delayed fibrosis.
Chen et al., Kao-hsiung, Taiwan. In Pulm Pharmacol Ther, 2014
KEY RESULTS: KMUP-1 and KUP-1S significantly decreased neutrophil counts in BAL fluid.
The F130S point mutation in the Arabidopsis high-affinity K(+) transporter AtHAK5 increases K(+) over Na(+) and Cs(+) selectivity and confers Na(+) and Cs(+) tolerance to yeast under heterologous expression.
Rubio et al., Murcia, Spain. In Front Plant Sci, 2013
Members of group I of the KT/HAK/KUP family of transporters, such as HAK5, are key components for K(+) acquisition by plant roots at low external K(+) concentrations.
Identification and functional characterization of K(+) transporters encoded by Legionella pneumophila kup genes.
Zamboni et al., Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. In Cell Microbiol, 2013
Investigation using the L. pneumophila kup mutants revealed that kupA is involved in K(+) acquisition during axenic growth.
Potassium transport of Salmonella is important for type III secretion and pathogenesis.
Lu et al., Berkeley, United States. In Microbiology, 2013
K(+) is the most abundant cation and its homeostasis in Escherichia coli and Salmonella is regulated by three major K(+) transporters: high affinity transporter Kdp and low affinity transporters Kup and Trk.
Dermal uptake of 18 dilute aqueous chemicals: in vivo disappearance-method measures greatly exceed in vitro-based predictions.
Bogen, Oakland, United States. In Risk Anal, 2013
Average rates of total dermal uptake (Kup ) from short-term (e.g., bathing) contact with dilute aqueous organic chemicals (DAOCs) are typically estimated from steady-state in vitro diffusion-cell measures of chemical permeability (Kp ) through skin into receptor solution.
Coordination of K+ transporters in neurospora: TRK1 is scarce and constitutive, while HAK1 is abundant and highly regulated.
Slayman et al., New Haven, United States. In Eukaryot Cell, 2013
The first, designated TRK, HKT, or KTR, has eight transmembrane helices and is folded like known potassium channels, while the second, designated HAK, KT, or KUP, has 12 transmembrane helices and resembles MFS class proteins.
Osmotic stress responses and plant growth controlled by potassium transporters in Arabidopsis.
Yamaguchi-Shinozaki et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Plant Cell, 2013
Here, we demonstrated that the KUP potassium transporter family plays important roles in this process, under the control of abscisic acid (ABA) and auxin.
Gene enrichment profiles reveal T-cell development, differentiation, and lineage-specific transcription factors including ZBTB25 as a novel NF-AT repressor.
Xavier et al., Boston, United States. In Blood, 2010
ZBTB25 functions as a negative regulator of nuclear factor of activated T cells (NF-AT) activation, such that RNA interference mediated knockdown resulted in enhanced activation of target genes.
Plant KT/KUP/HAK potassium transporters: single family - multiple functions.
Grabov, Ashford, United Kingdom. In Ann Bot, 2007
BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Potassium transporters belonging to the KT/KUP/HAK family are important for various aspects of plant life including mineral nutrition and the regulation of development.
Molecular mechanisms and regulation of K+ transport in higher plants.
Sentenac et al., Montpellier, France. In Annu Rev Plant Biol, 2002
The main families of plant K+ transport systems (Shaker and KCO channels, KUP/HAK/KT and HKT transporters) are described, along with molecular data on how these systems are regulated.
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