CHITINASE-LIKE1/POM-POM1 and Its Homolog CTL2 Are Glucan-Interacting Proteins Important for Cellulose Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis
Clara Sanchez-Rodriguez, Stefan Bauer, Kian Hematy, Friederike Saxe, Ana Belen Ibanez, Vera Vodermaier, Cornelia Konlechner, Arun Sampathkumar, Markus Rueggeberg, Ernst Aichinger, Lutz Neumetzler, Ingo Burgert, Chris Somerville, Marie-Theres Hauser, Staffan Persson
The Plant Cell | AMER SOC PLANT BIOLOGISTS | Published : 2012
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We thank Norma Funke, Natalia Khitrov, and Alexandra DotsonFagerstrom for assistance with the CTL expression in P. pastoris, maintenance of plants, and advice with the dot-blot binding experiments, respectively. We thank Carl Douglas, Christina Lang-Mladek, Wiebke Ohr, Agata Mansfeld, Marek Mutwil, Araceli Diaz, Anja Thalhammer, and Dirk Hincha for help at various steps of the project. We also thank Tijs Ketellar and Hannie S. van der Honing for the mCherry: FABD line. We thank Ingrid Zenke for her support during the x-ray measurements and Barbara Aichmayer, Michaela Eder, and Peter Fratzl for helpful discussions on the data. This work was supported in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE-FG02-03ER20133), by the Carnegie Institution for Science and the Energy Biosciences Institute, by the Austrian Science Found (P1477-B12) to M.-T.H., by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovacion (2008-0861) to C.S.-R., and by the Max-Planck Gesellschaft to S.P., A.S., F.S., M.R., and L.N.