Molecular cloning and expression of a MAP kinase homologue from pea View Full Text


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1993-04

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Joel P. Stafstrom, Mitchell Altschuler, David H. Anderson

ABSTRACT

The cdc2 kinases are important cell cycle regulators in all eukaryotes. MAP kinases, a closely related family of protein kinases, are involved in cell cycle regulation in yeasts and vertebrates, but previously have not been documented in plants. We used PCR to amplify Brassica napus DNA sequences using primers corresponding to amino sequences that are common to all known protein kinases. One sequence was highly similar to KSS1, a MAP kinase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. This sequence was used to isolate a full-length MAP kinase-like clone from a pea cDNA library. The pea clone, called D5, shared approximately 50% amino acid identity with MAP kinases from yeasts and vertebrates and about 41% identity with plant cdc2 kinases. An expression protein encoded by D5 was recognized by an antiserum specific to human MAP kinases (ERKs). Messenger RNA corresponding to D5 was present at similar levels in all tissues examined, without regard to whether cell division or elongation were occurring in those tissues. More... »

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