Mass Transport of Proform of a Kdel-Tailed Cysteine Proteinase (Sh-EP) to Protein Storage Vacuoles by Endoplasmic Reticulum–Derived Vesicle Is Involved in Protein Mobilization in Germinating Seeds

@article{Toyooka2000MassTO,
  title={Mass Transport of Proform of a Kdel-Tailed Cysteine Proteinase (Sh-EP) to Protein Storage Vacuoles by Endoplasmic Reticulum–Derived Vesicle Is Involved in Protein Mobilization in Germinating Seeds},
  author={Kiminori Toyooka and Tetsugaku Okamoto and Takao Minamikawa},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={148},
  pages={453 - 464}
}
A vacuolar cysteine proteinase, designated SH-EP, is expressed in the cotyledon of germinated Vigna mungo seeds and is responsible for the degradation of storage proteins. SH-EP is a characteristic vacuolar proteinase possessing a COOH-terminal endoplasmic reticulum (ER) retention sequence, KDEL. In this work, immunocytochemical analysis of the cotyledon cells of germinated V. mungo seeds was performed using seven kinds of antibodies to identify the intracellular transport pathway of SH-EP from… CONTINUE READING

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