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AnArabidopsisProtein Phosphorylated in Response to Microbial Elicitation, AtPHOS32, Is a Substrate of MAP Kinases 3 and 6
Journal of Biological Chemistry
Although mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs) have been shown to be activated by a wide range of biotic and abiotic stimuli in diverse plant species, few in vivo substrates for these kinases have been identified. While studying proteins that are differentially phosphorylated upon treatment of Arabidopsis suspension cultures with the general bacterial elicitor peptide flagellin-22 (flg22), we identified two proteins with endogenous nickel binding properties that become phosphorylated afterdoi:10.1074/jbc.m800735200 pmid:18285339 fatcat:o52sltrkjzhopgwbugjmxpkzpq