Water-soluble chlorophyll protein (WSCP) of Arabidopsis is expressed in the gynoecium and developing silique

@article{Bektas2012WatersolubleCP,
  title={Water-soluble chlorophyll protein (WSCP) of Arabidopsis is expressed in the gynoecium and developing silique},
  author={Inga Bektas and Christin Fellenberg and Harald Paulsen},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2012},
  volume={236},
  pages={251-259}
}
Water-soluble chlorophyll protein (WSCP) has been found in many Brassicaceae, most often in leaves. In many cases, its expression is stress-induced, therefore, it is thought to be involved in some stress response. In this work, recombinant WSCP from Arabidopsis thaliana (AtWSCP) is found to form chlorophyll-protein complexes in vitro that share many properties with recombinant or native WSCP from Brassica oleracea, BoWSCP, including an unusual heat resistance up to 100°C in aqueous solution. A… CONTINUE READING

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