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Title: DON'T SHOOT THE (SECOND) MESSENGER: ENDOMEMBRANE TRANSPORTERS AND BINDING PROTEINS MODULATE CYTOSOLIC CA2+ LEVELS)

Author
item Pittman, Jon
item Hirschi, Kendal

Submitted to: Current Opinion in Plant Biology
Publication Type: Review article
Publication Acceptance Date: 3/11/2003
Publication Date: 6/17/2003
Citation: PITTMAN, J.K., HIRSCHI, K. DON'T SHOOT THE (SECOND) MESSENGER: ENDOMEMBRANE TRANSPORTERS AND BINDING PROTEINS MODULATE CYTOSOLIC CA2+ LEVELS. CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY. 2003. v. 6. p. 257-262.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: Ca2+ signal transduction requires the meticulous regulation of cytosolic Ca2+ levels. Endomembrane Ca2+ transporters and binding proteins are important components in partitioning these Ca2+ signals to mediate cellular activity. Recently, many of these proteins have been characterized and mutant analysis suggests a network among these transporters. Future attempts to manipulate plant Ca2+ signaling must address all aspects of this complex network.

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