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Gene Review

TRIP-1  -  TGF-beta receptor interacting protein 1

Arabidopsis thaliana

Synonyms: T3F17.7, TIF3I1, TRIP1
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High impact information on TRIP-1

  • We now show that the BRI1 kinase domain phosphorylates Arabidopsis TRIP-1 on three specific sites in vitro (Thr-14, Thr-89 and either Thr-197 or Ser-198) [1].
  • We previously cloned putative TRIP-1 homologs from bean and Arabidopsis and found that transgenic Arabidopsis plants expressing antisense TRIP-1 RNA exhibited a broad range of developmental defects including some morphological characteristics that resemble the phenotype of BR-deficient and -insensitive mutants [1].
  • TRIP-1 is a WD domain protein that also functions as an essential subunit of the eIF3 eukaryotic translation initiation factor in animals, yeast and plants [1].
  • The majority of genes (such as BRU1, CycD3, Lin6, OPR3, and TRIP-1) were identified by comparisons of BR-treated versus control-treated plants [2].
  • In yeast, expression of a TRIP-1 homolog has also been closely associated with cell proliferation and progression through the cell cycle [3].

Biological context of TRIP-1


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