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Inositol Polyphosphates and Kinases

  • Jill Stevenson-PaulikEmail author
  • Brian Q. Phillippy
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Part of the Plant Cell Monographs book series (CELLMONO, volume 16)

Abstract

Since the turn of the century, an advent of discoveries has revealed novel functions of specific inositol phosphates in eukaryotic cells. Forward- and reverse-genetic approaches in plant systems have allowed for the identification of many of the genes involved in plant inositol phosphate metabolism. There appears to be a relatively small group of promiscuous kinases responsible for a plethora of reactions that potentially generate multiple and branched inositol phosphate pathways leading to phytate synthesis. This chapter describes the known plant inositol polyphosphate kinases, the inositol phosphates that are modified by them, and the possibility for emerging roles of these small molecules in plant biology.

Keywords

Inositol Phosphate Inositol Polyphosphate COP9 Signalosome Inositol Ring Inositol Pyrophosphate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BASF Plant ScienceResearch Triangle ParkCarolinaUSA

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