Enzyme Co-Localization with Rubisco in Pea Leaf Chloroplasts

@article{Anderson2004EnzymeCW,
  title={Enzyme Co-Localization with Rubisco in Pea Leaf Chloroplasts},
  author={L. Anderson and A. Carol},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={82},
  pages={49-58}
}
Immunocytolocalization experiments indicate that carbonic anhydrase, phosphoribulokinase, and P-glycerate kinase are near neighbors of Rubisco in the pea leaf chloroplast stroma. Direct transfer of ribulose bisphosphate and gaseous CO2 from phosphoribulokinase and carbonic anhydrase to Rubisco, and direct transfer of P-glycerate from Rubisco to P-glycerate kinase in the chloroplast stroma, is then a possibility. Rubisco activase, responsible for the removal of inhibitory sugar phosphates that… Expand
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