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Description: In plants, the post-translational modification (PTM) mechanism known as sumoylation has seen significant advances in recent years, particularly after high-throughput proteomics strategies enabled the discovery of hundreds of SUMO targets. To make sense of the increasing amount of genetic evidence on plant sumoylation, we compiled the SUMO Gene Network, consisting of the collection of genes that have been linked to the plant sumoylation pathway, either as components or targets. Because the overwhelming amount of data on plant sumoylation has been generated in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, the SGN consists solely of Arabidopsis genes. The present iteration is SGN v4 (November 2021).


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