Setting sub-organellar sights: accurate targeting of multi-transmembrane-domain proteins to specific chloroplast membranes
Engineering novel chloroplast functions requires an understanding of how to accurately target proteins to specific chloroplast sub-compartments. This is particularly difficult in the case of membrane proteins where localization can be confounded by multiple membrane types. In an elegant study, Singhal and Fernandez (2017) have now provided greater insight into this challenge by dissecting out the signals that control differential targeting of two related proteins to specific...[Show more]
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