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Chloroplast Biogenesis Is Regulated by Direct Action of the Ubiquitin-Proteasome System
Chloroplast Rescued by Ubiquitin The ubiquitin proteasome system is important in the regulation of many nucleocytosolic processes. However, its regulatory reach was not thought to extend to theExpand
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Use of a SPAD-502 meter to measure leaf chlorophyll concentration in Arabidopsis thaliana
The SPAD-502 meter is a hand-held device that is widely used for the rapid, accurate and non-destructive measurement of leaf chlorophyll concentrations. It has been employed extensively in bothExpand
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Identification of a novel PARP14‐TFE3 gene fusion from 10‐year‐old FFPE tissue by RNA‐seq
Xp11 (TFE3) translocation renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is officially recognized as a distinct subtype of RCC in the 2004 WHO classification. This neoplasm is characterized by several chromosomalExpand
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Characterizations of a Hypomorphic Argonaute1 Mutant Reveal Novel AGO1 Functions in Arabidopsis Lateral Organ Development
Genes that encode the ARGONAUTE (AGO) proteins make up a highly conserved family, and several members in the family have been defined to function in posttranscriptional gene silencing (PTGS) inExpand
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In Vivo Analyses of the Roles of Essential Omp85-Related Proteins in the Chloroplast Outer Envelope Membrane1[W][OA]
Two different, essential Omp85 (Outer membrane protein, 85 kD)-related proteins exist in the outer envelope membrane of Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) chloroplasts: Toc75 (Translocon at the outerExpand
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Down-regulation of specific plastid ribosomal proteins suppresses thf1 leaf variegation, implying a role of THF1 in plastid gene expression
Chloroplast development is regulated by many biological processes. However, these processes are not fully understood. Leaf variegation mutants have been used as powerful models to elucidate theExpand
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The ubiquitin-proteasome system regulates chloroplast biogenesis
In a recently published work, we identified the first chloroplast-localized E3 ligase, and showed that it degrades TOC translocon proteins by the ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS). This regulationExpand
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The genomic sequence and comparative genomic analysis of cultivated passion fruit(Passiflora edulis L.)
Cultivated passion fruit is a fruit tree widely cultivated in southern China, but little is known about its genomics, which seriously restricts the molecular genetics research of passion fruit. InExpand
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High-throughput Identification and Marker Development of Perfect SSR for Cultivated Genus of Passion Fruit ( Passiflora edulis )
Simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers are characterized by high polymorphism, good reproducibility and co-dominance etc. They can be easily applied to develop efficient, simple and practical molecularExpand
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