Transcriptionally active chromosomes (TACs) of barley chloroplasts contain the α-subunit of plastome-encoded RNA polymerase

@article{Suck1996TranscriptionallyAC,
  title={Transcriptionally active chromosomes (TACs) of barley chloroplasts contain the α-subunit of plastome-encoded RNA polymerase},
  author={Roland Suck and Patric Zeltz and Jon Falk and Axel Acker and Hans K{\"o}ssel and K. Krupinska},
  journal={Current Genetics},
  year={1996},
  volume={30},
  pages={515-521}
}
Transcriptionally active chromosomes (TACs) were isolated from mature chloroplasts of barley, from proplastids enriched in basal segments of barley primary foliage leaves, and from ribosome-deficient plastids of heat-bleached barley leaves. Immunological analysis with a specific antibody raised against the plastid rpoA gene product revealed that chloroplasts contain an immunoreactive protein of 38 kDa in the TAC fraction which appears to be identical to the α-subunit contained in the soluble… CONTINUE READING

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