Secretion marker proteins and cell-wall polysaccharides move through different secretory pathways

@article{Leucci2006SecretionMP,
  title={Secretion marker proteins and cell-wall polysaccharides move through different secretory pathways},
  author={Maria Rosaria Leucci and Gian-Pietro Di Sansebastiano and Massimiliano Gigante and Giuseppe Dalessandro and Gabriella Piro},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2006},
  volume={225},
  pages={1001-1017}
}
The building up of the cell wall is tightly dependent on the functionality of the secretory pathway. Syntaxins as well as other SNARE proteins play important roles during vesicle secretion and fusion. We have compared the secretion of newly synthesised cell-wall polysaccharides to that of secretory marker proteins such as secreted green-fluorescent protein (secGFP) and secreted rat preputial β-glucuronidase (secRGUS) in leaf protoplasts and roots of wild-type and transgenic Nicotiana tabacum… CONTINUE READING

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