Cd-induced changes in leaf proteome of the hyperaccumulator plant Phytolacca americana.

@article{Zhao2011CdinducedCI,
  title={Cd-induced changes in leaf proteome of the hyperaccumulator plant Phytolacca americana.},
  author={Le Zhao and Yong-Le Sun and Su-xia Cui and Mei Q. Chen and H P Yang and Hui-min Liu and Tuan-yao Chai and Fang Huang},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2011},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={56-66}
}
Cadmium (Cd) is highly toxic to all organisms. Soil contamination by Cd has become an increasing problem worldwide due to the intensive use of Cd-containing phosphate fertilizers and industrial zinc mining. Phytolacca americana L. is a Cd hyperaccumulator plant that can grow in Cd-polluted areas. However, the molecular basis for its remarkable Cd resistance is not known. In this study, the effects of Cd exposure on protein expression patterns in P.americana was investigated by 2-dimensional gel… CONTINUE READING

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