Plant organelle proteomics: collaborating for optimal cell function.

@article{Agrawal2011PlantOP,
  title={Plant organelle proteomics: collaborating for optimal cell function.},
  author={Ganesh Kumar Agrawal and Jeannette Bourguignon and Norbert Rolland and Genevi{\`e}ve Ephritikhine and Myriam Ferro and Michel Jaquinod and Konstantinos G. Alexiou and Thierry Chardot and Niranjan Chakraborty and Pascale Jolivet and John H. Doonan and Randeep Rakwal},
  journal={Mass spectrometry reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={
          772-853
        }
}
Organelle proteomics describes the study of proteins present in organelle at a particular instance during the whole period of their life cycle in a cell. Organelles are specialized membrane bound structures within a cell that function by interacting with cytosolic and luminal soluble proteins making the protein composition of each organelle dynamic. Depending on organism, the total number of organelles within a cell varies, indicating their evolution with respect to protein number and function… CONTINUE READING
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