Journal article

POM-POM2/CELLULOSE SYNTHASE INTERACTING1 Is Essential for the Functional Association of Cellulose Synthase and Microtubules in Arabidopsis

Martin Bringmann, Eryang Li, Arun Sampathkumar, Tomas Kocabek, Marie-Theres Hauser, Staffan Persson

The Plant Cell | AMER SOC PLANT BIOLOGISTS | Published : 2012

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Awarded by Austria Science Foundation (FWF)


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Awarded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Takuji Wada for the pom2-3 allele, Christian Luschnig for the pom2-4 allele, Ryan Gutierrez and Dave Ehrhardt for tdTomato:CESA6, and John Celenza for the cycB1;1:CDB:GUS marker line. We also thank Nicole Schlager, Gernot Resch, Norma Funke, and Anja Froehlich for technical assistance, Thomas Nedoma for the initial mapping, Albert Karsai for T-DNA segregation analysis, and the other members of the lab for advice and patience. The cosmid library was a kind gift of Erwin Grill and Andreas Bachmair. We thank Thomas Herter and Yi Zhang for experimental support. We thank the Kazusa DNA Research Institute (RIKEN) for providing the cDNA clones of POM2. E.L. was supported by the Asia-Europe Forestry Exchange Program and Austria Science Foundation (FWF) Project P13353. T.K. was financed through the AKTION Osterreich-Tschechische Republik Project 21p8. This project was further supported by the FWF Project P14477 to M.-T.H. M.B., A.S., and S.P. were funded through the Max-Planck Gesellschaft and through Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft Grant PE1642/5-1. This project was further supported by FWF Projects P14477 and F03707 to M.-T.H.