Redox control of flowering

Hydrogen-peroxide-induced phase separation in the TERMINATING FLOWER transcription factor was shown to regulate the shoot apical meristem through repression of the floral identity gene, ANANTHA.

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  • Using an interdisciplinary approach, hydrogen-peroxide-induced phase separation in the intrinsically disordered regions of the TERMINATING FLOWER transcription factor proteins was shown to regulate the shoot apical meristem through repression of the floral identity gene called ANANTHA.

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Fluorescent protein biosensors

Fluorescent protein biosensors

Genetically encoded (protein-based) fluorescent biosensors have been developed to enable imaging and monitoring of a variety of metabolites and cellular events, as highlighted in this collection of recent papers from Nature Portfolio.
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