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“…The proteins encoded by the COP/DET/FUS loci have been defined as constituents of three distinct protein complexes: COP1/SPA, CSN, and CDD (COP10-DET1-DDB1). Most of the component proteins of the three complexes are conserved in sequence and play similar structural or biochemical roles in animals and plants (Marine, 2012;Choi and Lee, 2015). COP1 was the first COP/DET/FUS gene to be cloned (Deng et al, 1992).…”
Section: Red/far-red Perception and Signaling Pathwaymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The proteins encoded by the COP/DET/FUS loci have been defined as constituents of three distinct protein complexes: COP1/SPA, CSN, and CDD (COP10-DET1-DDB1). Most of the component proteins of the three complexes are conserved in sequence and play similar structural or biochemical roles in animals and plants (Marine, 2012;Choi and Lee, 2015). COP1 was the first COP/DET/FUS gene to be cloned (Deng et al, 1992).…”
Section: Red/far-red Perception and Signaling Pathwaymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The mammalian CSN has a role in diverse processes including embryonic development, cell cycle control, T‐cell development, oocyte maturation, circadian rhythmicity, signal transduction, and tumorigenesis …”
Section: Cop1 In Mammalsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Besides the studies on Arabidopsis photomorphogenesis, recent reports have revealed the crucial roles of COP1 in different plant systems and developmental processes, such as photoprotection in algae ( Schierenbeck et al., 2015 , Tilbrook et al., 2016 , Gabilly et al., 2019 , Tokutsu et al., 2019 ), and gravitropism in mosses ( Artz et al., 2019 ). In addition to plant development, COP1 also plays a role in mammalian metabolism ( Sanchez-Barcelo et al., 2016 , Ren et al., 2019a ), tumorigenesis ( Dornan et al., 2004 , Wertz et al., 2004 , Yi and Deng, 2005 , Marine, 2012 , Choi and Lee, 2015 ), and neuron development ( Newton et al., 2018 ). Although it functions in distinct biological contexts in plants and animals, COP1 is proposed to be functionally conserved according to the energy supply transition hypothesis: COP1 takes part in regulating the dark-to-light transition in plants and the feeding-to-fasting transition in mammals ( Sanchez-Barcelo et al., 2016 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%