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CELL REPROGRAMMING

Partnership for callusing

Auxin-induced callus formation, known as a type of cell reprogramming, involves several transcription factors that act in lateral root initiation for plant development. Now, a new partnership of transcription factors is identified to reveal the regulatory network of auxin-induced cell reprogramming.

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Fig. 1: Central role of the bZIP59–LBD pathway in auxin-induced callus formation.

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Sugiyama, M. Partnership for callusing. Nature Plants 4, 69–70 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-018-0104-2

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