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Nuclear-accumulation kinetics of p9CksHs1 and p9CksHs2 in live plant cells correlate with immunochemical characteristics

Williams, Elizabeth; Hepler, P; Carrello, A; John, Peter Crook


The two human homologues of the fission yeast cell cycle protein p13(suc1) displayed structural characteristics consistent with their existing in solution as differently folded monomers despite 81% identity with respect to their primary structures and both being capable of fulfilling the functions of their homologues in fission and budding yeasts. Carboxyfluorescein-labelled p(9CksHs1) and p(9CksH2) retained their native structures. When microinjected into live stamen hair cells of Tradescantia...[Show more]

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Date published: 1999
Type: Journal article
Source: Protoplasma


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