Species-related differences in the electrophoretic behavior of CP 29 and CP 26: An immunochemical analysis

@article{Falbel1992SpeciesrelatedDI,
  title={Species-related differences in the electrophoretic behavior of CP 29 and CP 26: An immunochemical analysis},
  author={Tanya G. Falbel and L Andrew Staehelin},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={34},
  pages={249-262}
}
The monomeric chlorophyll-protein complexes, CP 29 and CP 26 seen in the Camm and Green (1980) and Dunahay and Staehelin (1986) green gels do not always migrate in the order of the apparent molecular weight of their apoproteins as determined by denaturing gel electrophoresis. In barley and corn they do, but in spinach they do not. In addition, in some higher plant species these chlorophyll-protein complexes comigrate on green gels causing confusion in the literature. To remedy this situation… CONTINUE READING