In land plants, the pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) proteins form a large family involved in post-transcriptional processing of RNA in mitochondria and chloroplasts, which is critical for plant development and evolutionary adaption. Although studies showed a number of PPR proteins generally influence the editing of organellar genes, few of them were characterized in detail in rice. Here, we report a PLS-E subclass PPR protein in rice, PPR756, loss of function of which led to the abolishment of RNA editing events among three mitochondrial genes including
Recommended CitationZhang, Qiannan; Xu, Yanghong; Huang, Jishuai; Zhang, Kai; Xiao, Haijun; Qin, Xiaojian; Zhu, Linlin; Zhu, Yingguo; and Hu, Jun, "The Rice Pentatricopeptide Repeat Protein PPR756 Is Involved in Pollen Development by Affecting Multiple RNA Editing in Mitochondria." (2020). Department of Medicine Faculty Papers. Paper 269.
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