LEA (Late Embryogenesis Abundant) proteins and their encoding genes in Arabidopsis thaliana

@article{Hundertmark2007LEAE,
  title={LEA (Late Embryogenesis Abundant) proteins and their encoding genes in Arabidopsis thaliana},
  author={Michaela Hundertmark and Dirk K Hincha},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={118 - 118}
}
BackgroundLEA (late embryogenesis abundant) proteins have first been described about 25 years ago as accumulating late in plant seed development. They were later found in vegetative plant tissues following environmental stress and also in desiccation tolerant bacteria and invertebrates. Although they are widely assumed to play crucial roles in cellular dehydration tolerance, their physiological and biochemical functions are largely unknown.ResultsWe present a genome-wide analysis of LEA… CONTINUE READING

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