Proteomic profiles of thylakoid membranes and changes in response to iron deficiency

  title={Proteomic profiles of thylakoid membranes and changes in response to iron deficiency},
  author={Sof{\'i}a Andaluz and Ana-Flor L{\'o}pez-Mill{\'a}n and Javier De Las Rivas and E M Aro and Javier Abad{\'i}a and Anunciaci{\'o}n Abad{\'i}a},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
The proteomic profile of thylakoid membranes and the changes induced in that proteome by iron deficiency have been studied by using thylakoid preparations from Beta vulgaris plants grown in hydroponics. Two different 2-D electrophoresis approaches have been used to study these proteomes: isoelectrical focusing followed by SDS PAGE (IEF-SDS PAGE) and blue-native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis followed by SDS PAGE (BN-SDS PAGE). These techniques resolved approximately 110–140 and 40… CONTINUE READING


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