Reconstitution of the Peridinin–chlorophyll a Protein (PCP): Evidence for Functional Flexibility in Chlorophyll Binding

Abstract

The coding regions for the N-domain, and full length peridinin–chlorophyll a apoprotein (full length PCP), were expressed in Escherichia coli. The apoproteins formed inclusion bodies from which the peptides could be released by hot buffer. Both the above constructs were reconstituted by addition of a total pigment extract from native PCP. After purification… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/PL00022067

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@article{Miller2005ReconstitutionOT, title={Reconstitution of the Peridinin–chlorophyll a Protein (PCP): Evidence for Functional Flexibility in Chlorophyll Binding}, author={David J. Miller and Julian Catmull and Robert Puskeiler and Helen Tweedale and Frank P. Sharples and Roger G. Hiller}, journal={Photosynthesis Research}, year={2005}, volume={86}, pages={229-240} }