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Binder Lab Publishes Article Documenting Non-canonical Ethylene Receptor Signaling

The Binder lab published an article entitled Ethylene receptors signal via a non-canonical pathway to regulate abscisic acid responses in the journal Plant Physiology. This research shows that the ethylene receptors can signal independently of the canonical pathway. Such signaling has been hinted at in prior research, but in this paper such signaling was conclusively documented and found to affect signal transduction for another plant hormone, abscisic acid. This paper, with Arkadipa Bakshi (former GST student in the lab) as first author, was done in collaboration with the Hewezi lab in Plant Sciences and the Chervin lab at the University of Toulouse.

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