Julie L. Stephens

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  • U Basu, J L Francis, Ae A G Good, Ae G J Taylor, Ae U Basu, R M Whittal +22 others
An important principle of the functional organization of plant cells is the targeting of proteins to specific subcellular locations. The physical location of proteins within the apoplasm/ rhizosphere at the root–soil interface positions them to play a strategic role in plant response to biotic and abiotic stress. We previously demonstrated that roots of(More)
Extracytosolic plant proteins are involved in numerous processes including nutrient acquisition, communication with other soil organisms, protection from pathogens, and resistant to disease and toxic metals. We have developed an on-line database to provide the plant biology community with relevant information about extracytosolic plant proteins. Data for(More)
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