Early light-induced proteins protect Arabidopsis from photooxidative stress.

@article{Hutin2003EarlyLP,
  title={Early light-induced proteins protect Arabidopsis from photooxidative stress.},
  author={Claire Hutin and Laurent Nussaume and Nicolae Moise and Isma{\"e}l Moya and Klaus Kloppstech and Michel Havaux},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2003},
  volume={100 8},
  pages={4921-6}
}
The early light-induced proteins (ELIPs) belong to the multigenic family of light-harvesting complexes, which bind chlorophyll and absorb solar energy in green plants. ELIPs accumulate transiently in plants exposed to high light intensities. By using an Arabidopsis thaliana mutant (chaos) affected in the posttranslational targeting of light-harvesting complex-type proteins to the thylakoids, we succeeded in suppressing the rapid accumulation of ELIPs during high-light stress, resulting in leaf… CONTINUE READING
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