ARL14

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ARL14

A gene on chromosome 3q25.33 that encodes a GTP-binding protein, which participates in small GTPase-mediated signal transduction.
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The research observed plant roots lacking ARF7 were no longer able to branch.
The research observed that plant roots lacking ARF7 were no longer able to branch.
PvARF11/12 is most highly expressed in the fourth leaf, suggesting that these genes may play roles in leaf development like their Arabidopsis homologs, ARF7 and 19 [31].
Among these, IL12A, IL12RB2, IRF5, TNPO3, DENND1B, SPIB, TNFAIP2, CXCR5, CLEC16A, RAD51L1, IRF8, RPS6KA4, MAP3K7IP1, TNFRSF1A, PLCL2, ELMO1, and ARF7 played an important role in the morbidity of PBC in European ancestries, while TNFSF15 and POU2AF1 were unique in Japanese ancestries, and CD80, IKZK3, Il7R, NFKB1, and STAT4 were proved to be associated with PBC in both races.
PICKLE is required for SOLITARY-ROOT/IAA14-mediated repression of ARF7 and ARF19 activity during Arabidopsis lateral root initiation.