Jürg Bilang

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Previously, we identified a soluble protein from Hyoscyamus muticus that was photolabeled by 5-azido-indole-3-acetic acid. This protein was determined to be a glutathione S-transferase (GST; J. Bilang, H. Macdonald, P.J. King, and A. Sturm [1993] Plant Physiol 102: 29-34). We have examined the effect of auxin on the activity of this H. muticus GST. Auxins(More)
We have used the photoaffinity label azido-[3H]IAA (5-N3-[7-3H]indole-3-acetic acid), a biologically active analog of indole-3-acetic acid, to identify auxin-binding proteins (ABPs) in the soluble fraction of Hyoscyamus muticus. A 25-kD polypeptide previously described (H. Macdonald, A. M. Jones, P. J. King [1991] J Biol Chem 266: 7393-7399) has now been(More)
Differential display of mRNA has been improved by developing a two-step PCR amplification procedure. The modified differential display has been applied to identify early alterations of mRNA expression in response to auxin treatment of tobacco seedlings. This approach has led to the isolation of four fragments corresponding to auxin-up-regulated mRNAs. One,(More)
We have used the photoaffinity label a~ido-[~Hl IAA (5-N3[7-3H]indole-3-acetic acid), a biologically active analog of indole3-acetic acid, to identify auxin-binding proteins (ABPs) in the soluble fraction of Hyoscyamus muticus. A 25-kD polypeptide previously described (H. Macdonald, A.M. Jones, P.J. King [19911 J Biol Chem 266 7393-7399) has now been(More)
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