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Gene Review

KELP  -  transcriptional coactivator KELP

Arabidopsis thaliana

Synonyms: F25I24.130, F25I24_130
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Disease relevance of KELP

  • The tomato mosaic tobamovirus movement protein interacts with a putative transcriptional coactivator KELP [1].

High impact information on KELP

  • The two proteins, designated KIWI and KELP, can associate both hetero- and homomerically and their genes were cloned and mapped on the Arabidopsis genome [2].
  • This suggests that these MPs could commonly interact with KELP, possibly to modulate the host gene expression [1].


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