A patent has been published that describes new methods of manipulating plant stomatal development through artificially controlling how CRSP is expressing in plant cells. The cleavage of epidermal patterning factor 2 (EPF2) by a serine protease CRSP is a key regulating mechanism in plant stomatal development. A 30-mer EPF2 peptide, dual-tagged with DABCYL and EDANS, was synthesized by LifeTein to evaluate the protease activity of synthetic CRSP in a FRET assay.
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Compositions and methods for mediating plant stomatal development in response to carbon dioxide and applications for engineering drought tolerance in plants.
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