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Author Louis-Philippe Hamel, Marie-Claude Nicole, Somrudee Sritubtim,Marie-Jose´e Morency, Margaret Ellis, Juergen Ehlting,Nathalie Beaudoin Brad Barbazuk, Dan Klessig, Justin Lee,Greg Martin, John Mundy, Yuko Ohashi, Dierk Scheel, Jen Sheen,Tim Xing, Shuqun Zhang, Armand Seguin and Brian E. Ellis
Title Ancient signals: comparative genomics of plant MAPK and MAPKK gene families
Abstract:
MAPK signal transduction modules play crucial roles in regulating many biological processes in plants, and their components are encoded by highly conserved genes. The recent availability of genome sequences for rice and poplar now makes it possible to examine how well the previously described Arabidopsis MAPK and MAPKK gene family structures represent the broader evolutionary situation in plants, and analysis of gene expression data for MPK and MKK genes in all three species allows further refinement of those families, based on functionality. The Arabidopsis MAPK nomenclature appears sufficiently robust to allow it to be usefully extended to other well-characterized plant systems.
Journal Trends Plant Sci.
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Volume 11
Pages 192-8
Year 2006
PubMed ID 16537113
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DOI 10.1016/j.tplants.2006.02.007
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Gene MKK1 MKK10-1 MKK10-2 MKK3 MKK5 MKK6 SMG1
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