Plant Molecular Biology 49: 339–348, 2002. Perrot-Rechenmann and Hagen (Eds.), Auxin Molecular Biology. 339 © 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. 1 2 2,∗ Richard M. Napier , Karine M. David and Catherine Perrot-Rechenmann 1 2 Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne, Warwick, CV35 9EF, UK; Institut des Sciences du Veg ´ etal, ´ CNRS, Avenue de la Terrasse, 91198 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France ( author for correspondence; e-mail Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org) Received 31 August 2001; accepted in revised form 16 October 2001 Key words: auxin-binding, chromotography, photolabelling Introduction Maize ABP1 is on the list of photolabelled pro- teins and we will return to the activities of this below. Plant hormone receptors have proved to be elusive re- For the remainder, the interaction with auxin at phys- search targets. The successes of describing receptors iologically relevant concentrations has failed to alter from animals and bacteria have not yet been matched the protein’s activity. As such, the binding fails to for plants. Nevertheless, where candidate receptors satisfy one of the key criteria of receptors, namely have been identiﬁed, they have been subjected to de- that ligand binding initiates a biologically relevant tailed examination. One such is the protein known as response.
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