Encodes a protein belonging to the (ADP-ribosyl)transferase domain-containing subfamily of WWE protein-protein interaction domain protein family. Superoxide radicals are necessary and sufficient to propagate cell death or lesion formation in rcd1 mutants. Without stress treatment, RCD1 is localized in the nucleus. Under high salt or oxidative stress, RCD1 is found not only in the nucleus but also in the cytoplasm.
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Encodes a WWE domain-containing protein with 76% similarity to RCD1. The protein also contains a PARP signature upstream of the C-terminal protein interaction domain. The PARP signature may bind NAD+ and attach the ADP-ribose-moiety from NAD+ to the target molecule. Its presence suggests a role for the protein in ADP ribosylation.
ATK5 encodes a kinesin protein involved in microtubule spindle morphogenesis. It acts as a minus-end directed motor as well as a plus-end tracking protein (+TIP). Localizes to mitotic spindle midzones and regions rich in growing plus-ends within phragmoplasts.
Belongs to a large gene family, called CLE for CLAVATA3/ESR-related, encoding small peptides with conserved carboxyl termini. The C-terminal 12 amino acid sequence of CLE41 is identical to that of a dodeca peptide (TDIF, tracheary element differentiation inhibitory factor) isolated from Arabidopsis and functions as a suppressor of plant stem cell differentiation. TDIF sequence is also identical to the C-terminal 12 amino acids of CLE44 (At4g13195).