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The plant MBF1 protein family: a bridge between stress and transcription

dc.contributor.authorJaimes Miranda, Fabiola
dc.contributor.authorChávez Montes, Ricardo Aarón
dc.identifier.citationFabiola Jaimes-Miranda, Ricardo A Chavez Montes, The plant MBF1 protein family: a bridge between stress and transcription, Journal of Experimental Botany, Volume 71, Issue 6, 25 March 2020, Pages 1782-91,
dc.description.abstract"The Multiprotein Bridging Factor 1 (MBF1) proteins are transcription co-factors whose molecular function is to form a bridge between transcription factors and the basal machinery of transcription. MBF1s are present in most archaea and all eukaryotes, and numerous reports show that they are involved in developmental processes and in stress responses. In this review we summarize almost three decades of research on the plant MBF1 family, which has mainly focused on their role in abiotic stress responses, in particular the heat stress response. However, despite the amount of information available, there are still many questions that remain about how plant MBF1 genes, transcripts, and proteins respond to stress, and how they in turn modulate stress response transcriptional pathways."
dc.publisherOxford University Press
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dc.subjectAbiotic stress
dc.subjectHeat stress
dc.subjectMultiprotein Bridging Factor 1
dc.subjectStress tolerance
dc.subject.classificationBIOLOGÍA VEGETAL (BOTÁNICA)
dc.titleThe plant MBF1 protein family: a bridge between stress and transcription
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