Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules.

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of

Detailed analysis of the GAI sequence motif fused to gfp confirmed that the 3′ untranslated region (UTR) plus an element(s) within the 813 bp of the 3′ end of the coding sequence are necessary and sufficient for long-distance trafficking of mRNA . The level of transcript expression in the rootstock was not correlated with its ability to move the long distance to the scion.

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of

The transcription profile of messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules in the sieve tubes is unique and does not reflect the transcript profile in the neighboring companion cells.

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of

The transcription profile of messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules in the sieve tubes is unique and does not reflect the transcript profile in the neighboring companion cells. This discovery suggests tight regulation on cell-to-cell movement of mRNA molecules from the companion cells into the sieve tube.

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules The operation of a communication network enables synchronized growth and appropriate responses to external signals and adjusting the developmental pattern and rate under variable environmental conditions.

Published in: Plant Science · 2013Authors: Ziv Spiegelman · Guy Golan · Shmuel WolfAffiliation: Hebrew University of JerusalemAbout: Messenger RNA · RNA-binding protein

Lost in Transit: Long-Distance Trafficking and Phloem

Lost in Transit: Long-Distance Trafficking and Phloem Unloading of Protein Signals in Arabidopsis Homografts. Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules. Long-Distance Trafficking and Phloem Unloading of Protein Signals in Arabidopsis Homografts.

Long-distance transport of mRNA via parenchyma cells and

• These results suggest that mRNA molecules are transferred from host to parasite via symplastic connections between parenchyma cells, move towards the phloem, and are stable for a long distance in the parasite. This may allow developmental coordination between the parasite and its host.

Published in: New Phytologist · 2008Authors: Rakefet Davidschwartz · Steven Runo · Steven Runo · Brad T Townsley · Jesse Mach…Affiliation: University of California Davis · Kenyatta UniversityAbout: Parasite hosting · Phloem · Cuscuta

Lost in Transit: Long-Distance Trafficking and Phloem

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules. Plant Sci. 213: 1–8. Stadler R., Lauterbach C., Sauer N. (2005). Cell-to-cell movement of green fluorescent protein reveals post-phloem transport in the outer integument and identifies symplastic domains in Arabidopsis seeds and embryos. Plant Physiol. 139: 701–712.

Should I stay or should I go? Abundance as a new null

Messenger RNA (mRNA) can be transported long distances within a plant via the phloem sap. Specific mobile transcripts are reported to influence flowering as well as leaf, tuber, and root development, and mobile mRNAs have been suggested to serve as long-distance signaling molecules within the plant (reviewed in Spiegelman et al., 2013 ).

Heavy traffic in the fast lane: long‐distance signalling

Ziv Spiegelman, Guy Golan and Shmuel Wolf, Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules, Plant Science, 213, (1), (2013).

On the selectivity, specificity and signalling potential

On the selectivity, specificity and signalling potential of the long-distance movement of messenger RNA. One suggestion is that mRNA could be a long-distance messenger [6, 14, 16, 17], Z. Spiegelman, G. Golan, S. WolfPlant Science Don’ t kill the messenger: long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules.

Transcript Abundance Explains mRNA Mobility Data in

Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules. Plant Sci. 213: 1 – 8.

Published in: The Plant Cell · 2016Authors: Alexander Calderwood · Stanislav Kopriva · Richard J MorrisAffiliation: John Innes Centre · University of Cologne

Phloem‐Mobile Aux/IAA Transcripts Target to the Root Tip

Ziv Spiegelman, Guy Golan and Shmuel Wolf, Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules, Plant Science, 213, (1), (2013).

Long‐distance transport of mRNA via parenchyma cells and

The stability of host mRNA molecules was also checked by monitoring specific transcripts along the growing dodder thread. Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules, Plant Science , 213, (1) If you don’t receive an email, you should register as a new user. Email or Customer ID. Please check your email for

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Abundance as a New Null

Transcript abundance explains mRNA mobility data in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell 28: 610–615. [PMC free article] Spiegelman Z., Golan G., Wolf S. (2013). Don’t kill the messenger: Long-distance trafficking of mRNA molecules. Plant Sci. 213: 1–8.