Transcripts of a gene encoding a putative cell wall-plasma membrane linker protein are specifically cold-induced in Brassica napus

@article{Goodwin1996TranscriptsOA,
  title={Transcripts of a gene encoding a putative cell wall-plasma membrane linker protein are specifically cold-induced in Brassica napus},
  author={William Mark Goodwin and Jacqueline A. Pallas and Gareth I Jenkins},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={31},
  pages={771-781}
}
We have isolated a gene and cDNA from Brassica napus encoding a hybrid-proline-rich protein. The putative protein is modular in structure. The N-terminal domain has properties of a signal peptide which would direct the protein into the ER. Amino acids 27 to 287 comprise three domains which contain high levels of proline and several other amino acids common in proline-rich cell wall proteins. These domains are characterised by repeating amino acid motifs. The C-terminal domain (amino acids 288… CONTINUE READING