A 64 kDa sucrose binding protein is membrane-associated and tonoplast-localized in developing mung bean seeds

@article{Wang2009A6K,
  title={A 64 kDa sucrose binding protein is membrane-associated and tonoplast-localized in developing mung bean seeds},
  author={Junqi Wang and Pui Kit Suen and Zeng-Fu Xu and Liwen Jiang},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Botany},
  year={2009},
  volume={60},
  pages={629 - 639}
}
Sucrose binding proteins (SBPs) were predicted to be membrane-associated, but have been shown to localize in the lumen of protein storage vacuoles of various seeds. In this study, a new 64 kDa SBP has been identified from developing mung bean (Vigna radiata) seeds (here termed VrSBP1) via MS/MS analysis and N-terminal amino acid sequencing analysis and… CONTINUE READING