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Arabidopsis tubulin folding cofactor B interacts with α-tubulin in vivo

Pankaj Dhonukshe UGent, Bastiaan OR Bargmann and Theodorus WJ Gadella (2006) PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY. 47(10). p.1406-1411
abstract
Microtubule biogenesis requires alpha beta tubulin dimers that are generated from alpha and beta tubulin following post-translational modification by several tubulin folding cofactors (TFCs). Here we report the isolation and characterization of Arabidopsis TFCB (AtTFCB). AtTFCB is expressed in all organs of Arabidopsis. The subcellular localization of AtTFCB is mainly cytosolic. AtTFCB-overexpressing cells have fewer microtubules compared with the controls. Multimode fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) microscopy reveals a direct physical interaction of AtTFCB with alpha tubulin in living plant cells. We conclude that AtTFCB interacts with alpha tubulin in vivo and its overexpression reduces the number of microtubules.
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Arabidopsis tubulin folding cofactor B interacts with alpha-tubulin in vivo
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keyword
ENERGY-TRANSFER, PROTEIN, FRET MICROSCOPY, LIVING PLANT-CELLS, tubulin folding, microtubule, GFP, cofactor, FRET, THALIANA, PATHWAY, GENES
journal title
PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
Plant Cell Physiol.
volume
47
issue
10
pages
1406 - 1411
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000241782400006
JCR category
PLANT SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
3.324 (2006)
JCR rank
15/145 (2006)
JCR quartile
1 (2006)
ISSN
0032-0781
DOI
10.1093/pcp/pcl001
language
English
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no
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A1
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3202721
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3202721
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2013-04-26 13:41:05
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  abstract     = {Microtubule biogenesis requires alpha beta tubulin dimers that are generated from alpha and beta tubulin following post-translational modification by several tubulin folding cofactors (TFCs). Here we report the isolation and characterization of Arabidopsis TFCB (AtTFCB). AtTFCB is expressed in all organs of Arabidopsis. The subcellular localization of AtTFCB is mainly cytosolic. AtTFCB-overexpressing cells have fewer microtubules compared with the controls. Multimode fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) microscopy reveals a direct physical interaction of AtTFCB with alpha tubulin in living plant cells. We conclude that AtTFCB interacts with alpha tubulin in vivo and its overexpression reduces the number of microtubules.},
  author       = {Dhonukshe, Pankaj and Bargmann, Bastiaan OR and Gadella, Theodorus WJ},
  issn         = {0032-0781},
  journal      = {PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {ENERGY-TRANSFER,PROTEIN,FRET MICROSCOPY,LIVING PLANT-CELLS,tubulin folding,microtubule,GFP,cofactor,FRET,THALIANA,PATHWAY,GENES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {1406--1411},
  title        = {Arabidopsis tubulin folding cofactor B interacts with \ensuremath{\alpha}-tubulin in vivo},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/pcp/pcl001},
  volume       = {47},
  year         = {2006},
}

Chicago
Dhonukshe, Pankaj, Bastiaan OR Bargmann, and Theodorus WJ Gadella. 2006. “Arabidopsis Tubulin Folding Cofactor B Interacts with Α-tubulin in Vivo.” Plant and Cell Physiology 47 (10): 1406–1411.
APA
Dhonukshe, P., Bargmann, B. O., & Gadella, T. W. (2006). Arabidopsis tubulin folding cofactor B interacts with α-tubulin in vivo. PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY, 47(10), 1406–1411.
Vancouver
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Dhonukshe P, Bargmann BO, Gadella TW. Arabidopsis tubulin folding cofactor B interacts with α-tubulin in vivo. PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY. 2006;47(10):1406–11.
MLA
Dhonukshe, Pankaj, Bastiaan OR Bargmann, and Theodorus WJ Gadella. “Arabidopsis Tubulin Folding Cofactor B Interacts with Α-tubulin in Vivo.” PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY 47.10 (2006): 1406–1411. Print.