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Whirly proteins as communicators between plant organelles and the nucleus?
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2009)
Whirly proteins belong to a small family of proteins with a characteristic secondary structure and a conserved DNA binding domain that is found mainly in angiosperms. At least one member of the Whirly protein family, Whirly1, is dually targeted to the nucleus and to the chloroplasts and it was shown that apart from its initially described function as a transcriptional regulator of nuclear disease ...