Whirly1 in chloroplasts associates with intron containing RNAs and rarely co-localizes with nucleoids

@article{Melonek2010Whirly1IC,
  title={Whirly1 in chloroplasts associates with intron containing RNAs and rarely co-localizes with nucleoids},
  author={Joanna Melonek and Maria Mulisch and Christian Schmitz-Linneweber and Evelyn Grabowski and Goetz Hensel and Karin Krupinska},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2010},
  volume={232},
  pages={471-481}
}
The nucleic acid binding protein Whirly1 of barley has been located to both chloroplasts and the nucleus of the same cell. Immunogold labelling furthermore showed that in vivo Whirly1 does not strictly co-localize with DNA in chloroplasts, while it is closely associated with DNA in the nucleus. High-resolution imaging of Whirly1-GFP and PEND-RFP fusion proteins revealed that only a minor part of Whirly1 co-localizes with nucleoids. The co-localization with nucleoids is in accordance with the… CONTINUE READING

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