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Structure, Function And Regulation Of Plant Proteasomes.

J. Kurepa, J. Smalle
Published 2008 · Medicine, Biology

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Proteasomes are large multisubunit, multicatalytic proteases responsible for most of the cytosolic and nuclear protein degradation, and their structure and functions are conserved in eukaryotes. Proteasomes were originally identified as the proteolytic module of the ubiquitin-dependent proteolysis pathway. Today we know that proteasomes also mediate ubiquitin-independent proteolysis, that they have RNAse activity, and play a non-proteolytic role in transcriptional regulation. Here we present an overview of the current knowledge of proteasome function and regulation in plants and highlight the role of proteasome-dependent protein degradation in the control of plant development and responses to the environment.
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