Comparative Proteomics Reveals Cold Acclimation Machinery Through Enhanced Carbohydrate and Amino Acid Metabolism in Wucai (Brassica Campestris L.)

  title={Comparative Proteomics Reveals Cold Acclimation Machinery Through Enhanced Carbohydrate and Amino Acid Metabolism in Wucai (Brassica Campestris L.)},
  author={Lingyun Yuan and Shilei Xie and Libing Nie and Yushan Zheng and Jie Wang and Ju-Chi Huang and Mengru Zhao and Shidong Zhu and Jinfeng Hou and Guohu Chen and Chenggang Wang},
Limited information is available on the cold acclimation of non-heading Chinese cabbage (NHCC) under low temperatures. In this study, the isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantification (iTRAQ) were used to illustrate the molecular machinery of cold acclimation. Compared to the control (Cont), altogether, 89 differentially expressed proteins (DEPs) were identified in wucai leaves responding to low temperatures (LT). Among these proteins, 35 proteins were up-regulated ((and 54 were down… 

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