Exploring Their Mystery

Remorins are plant-specific proteins that comprise a multi-gene family in all land plants and serve as marker proteins for membrane domains. They are characterized by a conserved and canonical C-terminal and a highly divergent N-terminal region. Althoughe being first described almost 25 years ago, their cellular function still remains a mystery. We set off to unravel their molecular function.

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Remorins involved in symbiotic plant-microbe interactions

Canonical members of the Remorin protein family