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Length: 2602  
Chromosome Location: Chr5: 22639813-22642414
Organism . Short Name: A. thaliana
TAIR Computational Description: D6 protein kinase;(source:Araport11)
TAIR Curator Summary: Member of AGC VIIIa Kinase family. D6PK is a protein kinase involved that plays a role in polar auxin transport. Most likely acts redundantly with the related proteins: D6PKL1,D6PKL2,and D6PKL3. PIN1 is a target of D6PK phosphorylation. D6PK is associated with sterol enriched membrane rafts and may be involved in regulation of the switch from basal to planar polarity during root hair initiation. Involved in pulse-induced phototropism but also for time-dependent second positive phototropism. Works with PIN3 in the same genetic pathway of hypocotyl phototropism under all light conditions. Involved in the generation of auxin asymmetrical distribution induced by phototropic stimulation.
TAIR Short Description: D6 protein kinase
TAIR Aliases: AGC1-1, D6PK