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The amino terminal F-box domain of Petunia inflata S-locus F-box protein is involved in the S-RNase-based self-incompatibility mechanism

By Xiaoying Meng, Zhihua Hua, Penglin Sun and Teh-hui Kao


We showed that the F-box domain of PiSLF, Petunia inflata S-locus F-box protein, is essential for SI function and that a P. inflata ortholog of Antirrhinum SSK1 does not interact with PiSLF, consistent with our previous finding that PiSLF might be in a novel E3 complex

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