The proteolytic processing of seed storage proteins in Arabidopsis embryo cells starts in the multivesicular bodies.

@article{Otegui2006ThePP,
  title={The proteolytic processing of seed storage proteins in Arabidopsis embryo cells starts in the multivesicular bodies.},
  author={Marisa S Otegui and Rachel Herder and Jan Henning Schulze and Rudolf H. Dr. Jung and L Andrew Staehelin},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={18 10},
  pages={
          2567-81
        }
}
We have investigated the transport of storage proteins, their processing proteases, and the Vacuolar Sorting Receptor-1/Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor-Like Protein1 (VSR-1/ATELP1) receptor during the formation of protein storage vacuoles in Arabidopsis thaliana embryos by means of high-pressure freezing/freeze substitution, electron tomography, immunolabeling techniques, and subcellular fractionation. The storage proteins and their processing proteases are segregated from each other within… CONTINUE READING

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