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HSP90 and co-chaperones: a multitaskers’ view on plant hormone biology

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  • FEBS Letters. - 2019, vol. 593, no. 13, p. 1415–1430
English In order to survive under ever‐changing conditions plants must be able to adaptively respond to their environment. Plant hormones and the signaling cross‐talk among them play a key role in integrating external and internal cues, enabling the plants to acclimate accordingly. HSP90 and several of its co‐chaperones are known as pleiotropic factors involved in the signaling pathways of multiple stress responses, including temperature, drought, and pathogen infection. Recently, hormone receptor components for auxin and jasmonic acid, respectively, have been identified as clients of the HSP90 chaperone system, suggesting a direct HSP90‐dependent link to hormone signaling. In this review, we give an overview of the multiple roles of HSP90 and its co‐chaperones in plant hormone biology and discuss the largely unexplored targets for signal integration that the activity of these apparent multitaskers may suggest.
Faculté des sciences et de médecine
Département de Biologie
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