Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved

Voelker C, Gomez-Porras JL, Becker D, Hamamoto S, Uozumi N, Gambale F, Müller B, Czempinski K, Dreyer I (2010)
PLANT BIOLOGY 12: 56-63.

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The group of voltage-independent K+ channels in Arabidopsis thaliana consists of six members, five tandem-pore channels (TPK1-TPK5) and a single K-ir-like channel (KCO3). All TPK/KCO channels are located at the vacuolar membrane except for TPK4, which was shown to be a plasma membrane channel in pollen. The vacuolar channels interact with 14-3-3 proteins (also called General Regulating Factors, GRFs), indicating regulation at the level of protein-protein interactions. Here we review current knowledge about these ion channels and their genes, and highlight open questions that need to be urgently addressed in future studies to fully appreciate the physiological functions of these ion channels.
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Voelker C, Gomez-Porras JL, Becker D, et al. Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved. PLANT BIOLOGY. 2010;12:56-63.
Voelker, C., Gomez-Porras, J. L., Becker, D., Hamamoto, S., Uozumi, N., Gambale, F., Müller, B., et al. (2010). Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved. PLANT BIOLOGY, 12, 56-63. doi:10.1111/j.1438-8677.2010.00353.x
Voelker, C., Gomez-Porras, J. L., Becker, D., Hamamoto, S., Uozumi, N., Gambale, F., Müller, B., Czempinski, K., and Dreyer, I. (2010). Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved. PLANT BIOLOGY 12, 56-63.
Voelker, C., et al., 2010. Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved. PLANT BIOLOGY, 12, p 56-63.
C. Voelker, et al., “Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved”, PLANT BIOLOGY, vol. 12, 2010, pp. 56-63.
Voelker, C., Gomez-Porras, J.L., Becker, D., Hamamoto, S., Uozumi, N., Gambale, F., Müller, B., Czempinski, K., Dreyer, I.: Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved. PLANT BIOLOGY. 12, 56-63 (2010).
Voelker, C., Gomez-Porras, J. L., Becker, D., Hamamoto, S., Uozumi, N., Gambale, F., Müller, Birte, Czempinski, K., and Dreyer, I. “Roles of tandem-pore K plus channels in plants - a puzzle still to be solved”. PLANT BIOLOGY 12 (2010): 56-63.

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