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ARMADILLOs delimit Rho signalling

Polar cell growth requires spatiotemporal regulation of Rho of plants (ROPs) small G proteins in membrane domains. In addition to localized activation of membrane-anchored ROPs, a mechanism for their local inactivation has now been identified.

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Fig. 1: Spatial regulation of ROP function by AROs and RENs.


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Feiguelman, G., Yalovsky, S. ARMADILLOs delimit Rho signalling. Nat. Plants 6, 1201–1202 (2020).

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