A novel protein programmed by the mRNA conserved in dry wheat embryos. The principal site of cysteine incorporation during early germination.

Abstract

If bulk mRNA from dry wheat embryos (wheat germ) is used to direct cell-free incorporation of [35S]cysteine into proteins, a striking proportion of the total radioactivity is channeled into a single protein. During early postimbibition development, when protein synthesis is directed by the mRNA conserved in dry embryos, incorporation of cysteine is… (More)

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@article{HanleyBowdoin1983ANP, title={A novel protein programmed by the mRNA conserved in dry wheat embryos. The principal site of cysteine incorporation during early germination.}, author={Linda Hanley-Bowdoin and Brett Lane}, journal={European journal of biochemistry}, year={1983}, volume={135 1}, pages={9-15} }