Malting Barley Grain Non‐specific Lipid‐Transfer Protein (ns‐LTP): Importance for Grain Protection

@inproceedings{Gorjanovi2005MaltingBG,
  title={Malting Barley Grain Non‐specific Lipid‐Transfer Protein (ns‐LTP): Importance for Grain Protection},
  author={Stanislava Z Gorjanovi{\'c} and Edzard Spillner and Milos V. Beljanski and Radmila Gorjanovi{\'c} and Mirjana D. Pavlovic and Gordana Gojgi{\'c}-Cvijanovi{\'c}},
  year={2005}
}
A basic protein (pi < 9) was isolated to homogeneity from a domestic cultivar of malting barley grain (Hordeum vulgare). In its unreduced form it exists as a dimer of a 9 kDa protomer with four disulphide bridges. These characteristics together with protein sequence data revealed that the isolated protein belongs to the class of ns-LTP. The antifungal potency of malting barley grain ns-LTP was examined on Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Candida albicans and the plant pathogen Fusarium solani growth… CONTINUE READING

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