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Gene Review

ASK2  -  SKP1-like protein 1B

Arabidopsis thaliana

Synonyms: ARABIDOPSIS SKP1-LIKE 2, Arabidopsis SKP-like 2, MJC20.30, MJC20_30, SKP1B
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High impact information on ASK2


Biological context of ASK2

  • The expression patterns of ASK1 and ASK2 were examined further and found to be consistent with their roles in embryogenesis and seedling development [1].
  • Our detailed analysis indicates that the double mutations in both ASK1 and ASK2 affect cell division and cell expansion/elongation and cause a developmental delay during embryogenesis and lethality in seedling growth [1].
  • First, the ASK1 transcript was found not to co-exist with that of its closest homolog ASK2 only during prophase I of male meiosis, suggesting that ASK1 is functionally non-redundant only in prophase I [2].


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