Protein sorting to the storage vacuoles of plants: a critical appraisal.

@article{Robinson2005ProteinST,
  title={Protein sorting to the storage vacuoles of plants: a critical appraisal.},
  author={David G Robinson and Peter Oliviusson and Giselbert Hinz},
  journal={Traffic},
  year={2005},
  volume={6 8},
  pages={
          615-25
        }
}
The vacuole of plant cells is no longer considered to be a single compartment with multifunctional properties. A lot of evidence now points to the presence of multiple functionally distinct vacuolar compartments, some existing side by side in the same cell. As a consequence, the plant Golgi apparatus is faced with the problem of recognizing proteins destined for lytic and storage vacuoles and segregating them individually from the flow of secretory proteins to the cell surface. In contrast to… CONTINUE READING

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