A 42-kilodalton annexin-like protein is associated with plant vacuoles.

@article{Seals1994A4A,
  title={A 42-kilodalton annexin-like protein is associated with plant vacuoles.},
  author={Darren F Seals and Mark L Parrish and Stephen K. Randall},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={
          1403-12
        }
}
A 42-kD, calcium-dependent, membrane-binding protein (VCaB42) was associated with partially purified vacuole membrane. Membrane-dissociation assays indicated that VCaB42 binding to vacuole membranes was selective for calcium over other cations and that 50% of VCaB42 remained membrane bound at 61 +/- 11 nM free calcium. A 13-amino acid sequence obtained from VCaB42 showed 85% similarity with the endonexin fold, a sequence found in the annexin family of proteins that is thought to be essential… CONTINUE READING

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