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Vascular Expression and C-Terminal Sequence Divergence of Cytokinin Response Factors in Flowering Plants
Plant and Cell Physiology
Cytokinin response factors (CRFs) are important transcription factors that form a side branch of the cytokinin signaling pathway and have been linked to cytokinin-regulated processes during development. CRF proteins are defined as belonging to a specific transcription factor family by the presence of an AP2/ERF DNA-binding domain and can be distinguished within this family by a group-specific CRF domain involved in protein-protein interactions. Here we further delimit CRFs into five distinctdoi:10.1093/pcp/pcs110 pmid:22864451 fatcat:6jptk6lo4jg2pk5xcocxhxnnhy