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AUX1 and PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) protect lateral root (LR) formation in Arabidopsis during the early stages of iron (Fe) stress.
Data show that ROTUNDA3 (RON3; At4g24500) protein as a regulator of the protein phosphatase 2A-driven PIN (show DYNLL1 Antibodies)-FORMED (PIN (show DYNLL1 Antibodies)) auxin transport recycling and its importance in auxin transport-related plant developmental programs.
Brief treatment with indole-3-carbinol led to a reduction in the amount of PIN1 and to mislocalization of PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies).
PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) auxin efflux carriers are differentially controlled in tricho- and atrichoblast cells. PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) proteins show lower abundance at the plasma membrane of trichoblast cells, despite showing higher rates of intracellular trafficking in these cells.
under low-B conditions PIN1 is down-regulated and PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) plays an important role in root meristem maintenance.
Reduction in PIN2 intensity, polarization, and endocytosis under low phosphate conditions is MAX2 dependent.
Functional interplay between protein kinase CK2 (show CSNK2A1 Antibodies) and salicylic acid sustains PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) transcriptional expression.
High temperature selectively promotes the retrieval of PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) from late endosomes and sorts them to the plasma membrane through an endosomal trafficking pathway dependent on SORTING NEXIN1.
By using solubilized membrane protein immunoprecipitation assays, we established quantitative approaches, suitable for analysis of PIN2 (show TERF1 Antibodies) ubiquitylation and variations therein
Strigolactones (SLs) increase PIN2 polar localization, PIN2 endocytosis, endosomal trafficking, actin debundling and actin dynamics in a MAX2-dependent fashion.
Acts as a component of the auxin efflux carrier. Seems to be involved in the root-specific auxin transport, and mediates the root gravitropism. Its particular localization suggest a role in the translocation of auxin towards the elongation zone.