A proteomic profiling approach to reveal a novel role of Brassica napus drought 22 kD/water-soluble chlorophyll-binding protein in young leaves during nitrogen remobilization induced by stressful conditions.

@article{Desclos2008APP,
  title={A proteomic profiling approach to reveal a novel role of Brassica napus drought 22 kD/water-soluble chlorophyll-binding protein in young leaves during nitrogen remobilization induced by stressful conditions.},
  author={Marie Desclos and Lucie Dubousset and Philippe Etienne and Françoise Le Cah{\'e}rec and Hiroyushi Satoh and Josette Bonnefoy and Alain Ourry and Jean-Christophe Avice},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={147 4},
  pages={1830-44}
}
Despite its water-soluble chlorophyll-binding protein (WSCP) function, the putative trypsin inhibitor (TI) activity of the Brassica napus drought 22 kD (BnD22) protein and its physiological function in young leaves during leaf nitrogen (N) remobilization promoted by stressful conditions remains an enigma. Therefore, our objectives were to determine (1) if BnD22 is related to the 19-kD TI previously detected in B. napus young leaves, and (2) if the levels of BnD22 transcripts, BnD22 protein, and… CONTINUE READING
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