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Title: Transceptors at the boundary of nutrient transporters and receptors: A new role for Arabidopsis SULTR1; 2 in sulfur sensing
Authors: Zheng, Zhi-Liang 
Zhang, Bo 
Leustek, Thomas 
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Source: Zheng, Z. L., Zhang, B., & Leustek, T. (2014). Transceptors at the boundary of nutrient transporters and receptors: A new role for Arabidopsis SULTR1; 2 in sulfur sensing. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5, 710.
Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science 
Abstract: Plants have evolved a sophisticated mechanism to sense the extracellular sulfur (S) status so that sulfate transport and S assimilation/metabolism can be coordinated. Genetic, biochemical, and molecular studies in Arabidopsis over the past 10 years have started to shed some light on the regulatory mechanism of the S response. Key advances in transcriptional regulation (SLIM1, MYB, and miR395), involvement of hormones (auxin, cytokinin, and abscisic acid) and identification of putative sensors (OASTL and SULTR1;2) are highlighted here. Although our current view of S nutrient sensing and signaling remains fragmented, it is anticipated that through further studies a sensing and signaling network will be revealed in the near future.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12540/82
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00710
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