Plant lipid binding proteins: properties and applications.

@article{Marion2007PlantLB,
  title={Plant lipid binding proteins: properties and applications.},
  author={Didier Marion and B{\'e}n{\'e}dicte Bakan and Khalil Elmorjani},
  journal={Biotechnology advances},
  year={2007},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={195-7}
}
Lipid transfer proteins (LTP) and puroindolines are abundant lipid binding proteins of plant seeds. While LTP are ubiquitous plant proteins, puroindolines are only found in the seeds of plants from the Triticae and Avenae tribes. These proteins display a similar overall folding pattern but different lipid binding properties. The unique and diverse biological and technological functions of LTPs and puroindolines are closely related to their structural and lipid binding properties. These proteins… CONTINUE READING

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