Proteome analysis of pear reveals key genes associated with fruit development and quality

@article{Li2015ProteomeAO,
  title={Proteome analysis of pear reveals key genes associated with fruit development and quality},
  author={Jia Li and Xiaosan Huang and Lie Ting Li and Danmin Zheng and Cheng Xue and Shaoling Zhang and Jun Wu},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2015},
  volume={241},
  pages={1363-1379}
}
AbstractMain conclusionComparative and association analyses of the proteome and transcriptome for pear fruit development were conducted for the first time in this study. Pear fruit development involves complex physiological and biochemical processes, but there is still little knowledge available at proteomic and transcriptomic levels, which would be helpful for understanding the molecular mechanisms of fruit development and quality in pear. In our study, three important stages, including early… 
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