The gene for the 9 kd polypeptide, a possible apoprotein for the iron-sulfur centers A and B of the photosystem I complex, in tobacco chloroplast DNA

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The gene for the 9 kd polypeptide (a possible apoprotein for the iron-sulfur centers A and B) of photosystem I has been located in the small single-copy region of tobacco chloroplast DNA. This gene (psaC) was identified by comparing the N-terminal amino acid sequence of the spinach 9 kd polypeptide with the entire sequence of tobacco chloroplast genome. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00435285

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@article{Hayashidal1987TheGF, title={The gene for the 9 kd polypeptide, a possible apoprotein for the iron-sulfur centers A and B of the photosystem I complex, in tobacco chloroplast DNA}, author={Nobuaki Hayashidal and Tohru Matsubayashi and Kazuo Shinozaki and Masahiro Sugiura and Keisuke Inoue and Tetsuo Hiyama}, journal={Current Genetics}, year={1987}, volume={12}, pages={247-250} }