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Review of the Rpt3 Genes Encoding Part of the 26S Proteasome Associated with Loci Underlying Disease Resistance in Soybean

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Author(s): Shivani Malik, Sukesh Bhaumik and David A. Lightfoot*

Journal: Atlas Journal of Biology
ISSN 2158-9151

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 88;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Proteasome | Rpt3 | SCN | SDS | QTL | soybean | Glycine max.

ABSTRACT
The 26S proteasomal complex is a multifunctional proteolyticmachinery of the cell. The proteasome plays role in myriadof cellular functions, which have been further diversified byits separable proteolytic and non-proteolytic sub-complexes.Protein quality control and turnover, cell cycle regulation,gene regulation and DNA repair are among the key processescontrolled by the proteasome. Disease resistance inplants invokes changes in all the processes controlled by the26S proteasome. In this review, the potential contribution ofgenes encoding the proteasome to disease resistance in soybean(Glycine max L. Merr.) was examined.
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