Identification of a new class of lipid droplet-associated proteins in plants.

@article{Horn2013IdentificationOA,
  title={Identification of a new class of lipid droplet-associated proteins in plants.},
  author={Patrick J. Horn and Christopher N. James and Satinder K Gidda and Aruna Kilaru and John M Dyer and Robert T Mullen and John B. Ohlrogge and Kent D Chapman},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={162 4},
  pages={1926-36}
}
Lipid droplets in plants (also known as oil bodies, lipid bodies, or oleosomes) are well characterized in seeds, and oleosins, the major proteins associated with their surface, were shown to be important for stabilizing lipid droplets during seed desiccation and rehydration. However, lipid droplets occur in essentially all plant cell types, many of which may not require oleosin-mediated stabilization. The proteins associated with the surface of nonseed lipid droplets, which are likely to… CONTINUE READING

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