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Novel allele elh of the UBP14 gene affects plant organ size via cell expansion in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Rakesh David, Pei Qin Ng, Lisa M Smith, Iain R Searle,

Plant organ size control is an essential process of plant growth and development. The regulation of plant organ size involves a complicated network of genetic, molecular interactions, as well as the interplay of environmental factors. Here, we report a temperature-sensitive hypocotyl elongation EMS-generated mutant, hereby referred to as <i>elongated hypocotyl ... Read more >>

MicroPubl Biol (microPublication biology)
[2021, 2021:]

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Quantitative and Single-Nucleotide Resolution Profiling of RNA 5-Methylcytosine.

Jun Li, Xingyu Wu, Trung Do, Vy Nguyen, Jing Zhao, Pei Qin Ng, Alice Burgess, Rakesh David, Iain Searle,

RNA has coevolved with numerous posttranscriptional modifications to sculpt interactions with proteins and other molecules. One of these modifications is 5-methylcytosine (m<sup>5</sup>C) and mapping the position and quantifying the level in different types of cellular RNAs and tissues is an important objective in the field of epitranscriptomics. Both in plants ... Read more >>

Methods Mol Biol (Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.))
[2021, 2298:135-151]

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Arabidopsis TRM5 encodes a nuclear-localised bifunctional tRNA guanine and inosine-N1-methyltransferase that is important for growth.

Qianqian Guo, Pei Qin Ng, Shanshan Shi, Diwen Fan, Jun Li, Jing Zhao, Hua Wang, Rakesh David, Parul Mittal, Trung Do, Ralph Bock, Ming Zhao, Wenbin Zhou, Iain Searle,

Modified nucleosides in tRNAs are critical for protein translation. N1-methylguanosine-37 and N1-methylinosine-37 in tRNAs, both located at the 3'-adjacent to the anticodon, are formed by Trm5. Here we describe Arabidopsis thaliana AtTRM5 (At3g56120) as a Trm5 ortholog. Attrm5 mutant plants have overall slower growth as observed by slower leaf initiation ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2019, 14(11):e0225064]

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