Every breath you take: new insights into plant and animal oxygen sensing
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Responses to hypoxia are regulated by oxygen-dependent degradation of kingdom-specific proteins in animals and plants. Masson et al. (2019) identified and characterized the mammalian counterpart of an oxygen-sensing pathway previously only observed in plants. Alongside other recent findings identifying novel oxygen sensors, this provides new insights into oxygen-sensing origins and mechanisms in eukaryotes.
|Early online date||22 Nov 2019|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 22 Nov 2019|