RNA-Binding Characteristics of a Ribonucleoprotein from Spinach Chloroplast.

  title={RNA-Binding Characteristics of a Ribonucleoprotein from Spinach Chloroplast.},
  author={I. Lisitsky and Varda Liveanu and Gertrud Schuster},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={107 3},
A chloroplast (nuclear-encoded) RNA-binding protein (28RNP) was previously purified from spinach (Spinacia oleracea). This 28RNP was found to be the major RNA-binding protein co-purified during the isolation scheme of 3[prime] end RNA-processing activity of several chloroplastic genes. To learn more about the possible involvement of 28RNP in the 3[prime] end RNA-processing event, we investigated the RNA-binding properties and the location of the protein in the chloroplast. We found that… CONTINUE READING

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