The chloroplast protein CPSAR1, dually localized in the stroma and the inner envelope membrane, is involved in thylakoid biogenesis.

@article{Garca2010TheCP,
  title={The chloroplast protein CPSAR1, dually localized in the stroma and the inner envelope membrane, is involved in thylakoid biogenesis.},
  author={C. Romero-{\'A}vila Garc{\'i}a and Nadir Zaman Khan and Ulf Nannmark and Henrik Aronsson},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={63 1},
  pages={
          73-85
        }
}
Thylakoid biogenesis is a crucial step for plant development involving the combined action of many cellular actors. CPSAR1 is shown here to be required for the normal organization of mature thylakoid stacks, and ultimately for embryo development. CPSAR1 is a chloroplast protein that has a dual localization in the stroma and the inner envelope membrane, according to microscopy studies and subfractionation analysis. CPSAR1 is close to the Obg nucleotide binding protein subfamily and displays… CONTINUE READING
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