The protein expression landscape of the Arabidopsis root.

  title={The protein expression landscape of the Arabidopsis root.},
  author={Jalean J. Petricka and Monica A. Schauer and Molly Megraw and Natalie W Breakfield and J. Will Thompson and Stoyan Georgiev and Erik J. Soderblom and Uwe Ohler and M. Arthur Moseley and Ueli Grossniklaus and Philip N. Benfey},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={109 18},
Because proteins are the major functional components of cells, knowledge of their cellular localization is crucial to gaining an understanding of the biology of multicellular organisms. We have generated a protein expression map of the Arabidopsis root providing the identity and cell type-specific localization of nearly 2,000 proteins. Grouping proteins into functional categories revealed unique cellular functions and identified cell type-specific biomarkers. Cellular colocalization provided… CONTINUE READING
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