Gene:  KRP2, Arabidopsis

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Kip-related protein (KRP) gene, encodes CDK (cyclin-dependent kinase) inhibitor (CKI), negative regulator of cell division. A member of seven KRP genes found in Arabidopsis thaliana. Differential expression patterns for distinct KRPs were revealed by in situ hybridization. Gene was isolated from a yeast two hybrid screen as an interacting protein of CDC2A. Recombinant protein has a strong kinase inhibitor activity in vitro. Transcript is expressed in all tissues examined but is differentially distributed from ICK1. Controls the onset of the endoreduplication cycle through inhibition of CDKA;1. The KRP2 protein abundance is regulated by proteolysis through CDKB1;1 phosphorylation.

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