The PSII-S protein of higher plants: a new type of pigment-binding protein.

  title={The PSII-S protein of higher plants: a new type of pigment-binding protein.},
  author={Christiane Funk and Wolfgang P. Schr{\"o}der and Artur Napiwotzki and Staffan Erling Tjus and G. Renger and Bertil Andersson},
  volume={34 35},
An intrinsic 22 kDa protein of photosystem II has been shown to possess high sequence homology with the CAB gene products, but differs from these proteins by an additional putative fourth transmembrane helix. This protein, designated PSII-S in accordance with the assignment of the name psbS to its gene, has been isolated by nonionic detergents and preparative isoelectric focusing in this study. The isolated PSII-S protein was shown to bind 5 chlorophyll molecules (a and b) per protein unit and… CONTINUE READING


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