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SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1. / Srivastava, A.; Orosa, Beatriz; Singh, Prashant; Cummins, Ian; Walsh, Charlotte; Zhang, Cunjin; Grant, Murray; Roberts, Michael Richard; Anand, Ganesh; Fitches, Elaine; Sadanandom, Ari.

In: Plant Cell, Vol. 30, 09.2018, p. 2099–2115.

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Srivastava, A, Orosa, B, Singh, P, Cummins, I, Walsh, C, Zhang, C, Grant, M, Roberts, MR, Anand, G, Fitches, E & Sadanandom, A 2018, 'SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1', Plant Cell, vol. 30, pp. 2099–2115. https://doi.org/10.1105/tpc.18.00036

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Srivastava, A., Orosa, B., Singh, P., Cummins, I., Walsh, C., Zhang, C., Grant, M., Roberts, M. R., Anand, G., Fitches, E., & Sadanandom, A. (2018). SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1. Plant Cell, 30, 2099–2115. https://doi.org/10.1105/tpc.18.00036

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Srivastava A, Orosa B, Singh P, Cummins I, Walsh C, Zhang C et al. SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1. Plant Cell. 2018 Sep;30:2099–2115. https://doi.org/10.1105/tpc.18.00036

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Srivastava, A. ; Orosa, Beatriz ; Singh, Prashant ; Cummins, Ian ; Walsh, Charlotte ; Zhang, Cunjin ; Grant, Murray ; Roberts, Michael Richard ; Anand, Ganesh ; Fitches, Elaine ; Sadanandom, Ari. / SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1. In: Plant Cell. 2018 ; Vol. 30. pp. 2099–2115.

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title = "SUMO suppresses the activity of the jasmonic acid receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1",
abstract = "Plants respond rapidly to sudden environmental cues, often responding prior to changes in the hormone levels that coordinate these responses. How this is achieved is not fully understood. The integrative role of the phytohormone jasmonic acid (JA) relies upon the plant's ability to control the levels of JASMONATE ZIM (JAZ) domain-containing repressor proteins. Here, we demonstrate that regardless of intrinsic JA levels, Small Ubiquitin-like Modifier (SUMO)-conjugated JAZ proteins inhibit the JA receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1 (COI1) from mediating non-SUMOylated JAZ degradation. The SUMO-deconjugating proteases OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 1 (OTS1) and OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 2 (OTS2) regulate JAZ protein SUMOylation and stability. The ots1 ots2 double mutants accumulate SUMOylated and non-SUMOylated JAZ repressor proteins but show no change in endogenous JA levels compared to wild-type plants. SUMO1-conjugated JAZ proteins bind to COI1 independently of the JA mimic coronatine. SUMO inhibits JAZ binding to COI1. We identify the SUMO interacting motif (SIM) in COI1 and demonstrate that this is vital to SUMO-dependent inhibition of COI1. Necrotroph infection of Arabidopsis thaliana promotes SUMO protease degradation and this increases JAZ SUMOylation and abundance, which in turn inhibits JA signaling. This study reveals a mechanism for rapidly regulating JA responses, allowing plants to adapt to environmental changes.",
keywords = "jasmonic acid, protein stability",
author = "A. Srivastava and Beatriz Orosa and Prashant Singh and Ian Cummins and Charlotte Walsh and Cunjin Zhang and Murray Grant and Roberts, {Michael Richard} and Ganesh Anand and Elaine Fitches and Ari Sadanandom",
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AU - Singh, Prashant

AU - Cummins, Ian

AU - Walsh, Charlotte

AU - Zhang, Cunjin

AU - Grant, Murray

AU - Roberts, Michael Richard

AU - Anand, Ganesh

AU - Fitches, Elaine

AU - Sadanandom, Ari

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N2 - Plants respond rapidly to sudden environmental cues, often responding prior to changes in the hormone levels that coordinate these responses. How this is achieved is not fully understood. The integrative role of the phytohormone jasmonic acid (JA) relies upon the plant's ability to control the levels of JASMONATE ZIM (JAZ) domain-containing repressor proteins. Here, we demonstrate that regardless of intrinsic JA levels, Small Ubiquitin-like Modifier (SUMO)-conjugated JAZ proteins inhibit the JA receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1 (COI1) from mediating non-SUMOylated JAZ degradation. The SUMO-deconjugating proteases OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 1 (OTS1) and OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 2 (OTS2) regulate JAZ protein SUMOylation and stability. The ots1 ots2 double mutants accumulate SUMOylated and non-SUMOylated JAZ repressor proteins but show no change in endogenous JA levels compared to wild-type plants. SUMO1-conjugated JAZ proteins bind to COI1 independently of the JA mimic coronatine. SUMO inhibits JAZ binding to COI1. We identify the SUMO interacting motif (SIM) in COI1 and demonstrate that this is vital to SUMO-dependent inhibition of COI1. Necrotroph infection of Arabidopsis thaliana promotes SUMO protease degradation and this increases JAZ SUMOylation and abundance, which in turn inhibits JA signaling. This study reveals a mechanism for rapidly regulating JA responses, allowing plants to adapt to environmental changes.

AB - Plants respond rapidly to sudden environmental cues, often responding prior to changes in the hormone levels that coordinate these responses. How this is achieved is not fully understood. The integrative role of the phytohormone jasmonic acid (JA) relies upon the plant's ability to control the levels of JASMONATE ZIM (JAZ) domain-containing repressor proteins. Here, we demonstrate that regardless of intrinsic JA levels, Small Ubiquitin-like Modifier (SUMO)-conjugated JAZ proteins inhibit the JA receptor CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1 (COI1) from mediating non-SUMOylated JAZ degradation. The SUMO-deconjugating proteases OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 1 (OTS1) and OVERLY TOLERANT TO SALT 2 (OTS2) regulate JAZ protein SUMOylation and stability. The ots1 ots2 double mutants accumulate SUMOylated and non-SUMOylated JAZ repressor proteins but show no change in endogenous JA levels compared to wild-type plants. SUMO1-conjugated JAZ proteins bind to COI1 independently of the JA mimic coronatine. SUMO inhibits JAZ binding to COI1. We identify the SUMO interacting motif (SIM) in COI1 and demonstrate that this is vital to SUMO-dependent inhibition of COI1. Necrotroph infection of Arabidopsis thaliana promotes SUMO protease degradation and this increases JAZ SUMOylation and abundance, which in turn inhibits JA signaling. This study reveals a mechanism for rapidly regulating JA responses, allowing plants to adapt to environmental changes.

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