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Kleffmann, T, Russenberger, D, von Zychlinski, A, Christopher, W, Sjölander, K, Gruissem, W and Baginsky, S (2004) The Arabidopsis thaliana chloroplast proteome reveals pathway abundance and novel protein functions. Curr. Biol. 14:354-62
Chloroplasts are plant cell organelles of cyanobacterial origin. They perform essential metabolic and biosynthetic functions of global significance, including photosynthesis and amino acid biosynthesis. Most of the proteins that constitute the functional chloroplast are encoded in the nuclear genome and imported into the chloroplast after translation in the cytosol. Since protein targeting is difficult to predict, many nuclear-encoded plastid proteins are still to be discovered.
Arabidopsis/chemistry; Arabidopsis/genetics; Chloroplasts/chemistry; Gene Expression Regulation, Plant; Mass Spectrometry; Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis; Plant Proteins/classification; Plant Proteins/genetics; Plant Proteins/metabolism; Proteome; RNA, Messenger/analysis
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