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Abranches, R; Arcalis, E; Marcel, S; Altmann, F; Ribeiro-Pedro, M; Rodriguez, J; Stoger, E.
(2008): Functional specialization of Medicago truncatula leaves and seeds does not affect the subcellular localization of a recombinant protein.
Planta. 2008; 227(3):649-658 FullText FullText_BOKU

A number of recent reports suggest that the functional specialization of plant cells in storage organs can influence subcellular protein sorting, so that the fate of a recombinant protein tends to differ between seeds and leaves. In order to test the gene
Autor*innen der BOKU Wien:
Altmann Friedrich
Arcalis Elsa
Stöger Eva
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Plant Leaves - metabolism
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Polysaccharides - metabolism
Protein Sorting Signals -
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Seeds - metabolism
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