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Plant Cell Wall Proteins: A Large Body of Data, but What about Runaways?
AbstractPlant cell wall proteomics has been a very dynamic field of research for about fifteen years. A full range of strategies has been proposed to increase the number of identified proteins and to characterize their post-translational modifications. The protocols are still improving to enlarge the coverage of cell wall proteomes. Comparisons between these proteomes have been done based on various working strategies or different physiological stages. In this review, two points are highlighted. The first point is related to data analysis with an overview of the cell wall proteomes already described. A large body of data is now available with the description of cell wall proteomes of seventeen plant species. CWP contents exhibit particularities in relation to the major differences in cell wall composition and structure between these plants and between plant organs. The second point is related to methodology and concerns the present limitations of the coverage of cell wall proteomes. Because of the variety of cell wall structures and of the diversity of protein/polysaccharide and protein/protein interactions in cell walls, some CWPs can be missing either because they are washed out during the purification of cell walls or because they are covalently linked to cell wall components.
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Albenne, C.; Canut, H.; Hoffmann, L.; Jamet, E. Plant Cell Wall Proteins: A Large Body of Data, but What about Runaways? Proteomes 2014, 2, 224-242.View more citation formats
Albenne C, Canut H, Hoffmann L, Jamet E. Plant Cell Wall Proteins: A Large Body of Data, but What about Runaways? Proteomes. 2014; 2(2):224-242.Chicago/Turabian Style
Albenne, Cécile; Canut, Hervé; Hoffmann, Laurent; Jamet, Elisabeth. 2014. "Plant Cell Wall Proteins: A Large Body of Data, but What about Runaways?" Proteomes 2, no. 2: 224-242.
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