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Length: 1708  
Chromosome Location: Chr3: 19267951-19269658
Organism . Short Name: A. thaliana
TAIR Computational Description: calmodulin 9;(source:Araport11)
TAIR Curator Summary: encodes a divergent member of calmodulin, which is an EF-hand family of Ca2+-binding proteins. This gene is expressed in leaves, flowers and siliques. The gene functionally complements yeast calmodulin 1 (CAM1) but only when selected against the plasmid harboring wild-type yeast sequences. Also the protein does not form formed a complex with a basic amphiphilic helical peptide in the presence of Ca2+ in vitro. Authors suggest that this gene may represent a Ca2+-binding sensor protein that interacts with a more limited set of target proteins than do more conventional CaM isoforms. Mutations in this gene alter plant responses to abiotic stress and abscisic acid.
TAIR Short Description: calmodulin 9
TAIR Aliases: ATCML9, CAM9, CML9