Plant secretome: Unlocking secrets of the secreted proteins

@article{Agrawal2010PlantSU,
  title={Plant secretome: Unlocking secrets of the secreted proteins},
  author={G. Agrawal and N. Jwa and M. Lebrun and D. Job and R. Rakwal},
  journal={PROTEOMICS},
  year={2010},
  volume={10}
}
Plant secretomics is a newly emerging area of the plant proteomics field. It basically describes the global study of secreted proteins into the extracellular space of plant cell or tissue at any given time and under certain conditions through various secretory mechanisms. A combination of biochemical, proteomics and bioinformatics approaches has been developed to isolate, identify and profile secreted proteins using complementary in vitro suspension‐cultured cells and in planta systems… Expand
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