Common occurrence of homologues of petunia glycine-rich protein-1 among plants

@article{Cheng1996CommonOO,
  title={Common occurrence of homologues of petunia glycine-rich protein-1 among plants},
  author={S Cheng and Beat Keller and Carol M. Condit},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={31},
  pages={163-168}
}
The presence of specific glycine-rich proteins (GRP) related to petunia GRP1 (ptGRP1) was examined in three species of monocots (wheat, barley and maize) and five species of dicots (rape, turnip, soybean, crabapple and tomato). Protein blot analysis showed that anti-ptGRP1 antibody cross-reacted with a single different polypeptide in all species except maize. The molecular mass of these polypeptides ranged from 14 to 55 kDa. Tissue-print immunoblots of rape petioles and stems showed that the… CONTINUE READING

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