Journal article

The plant mitochondrial proteome

AH Millar, JL Heazlewood, BK Kristensen, HP Braun, IM Moller

Trends in Plant Science | ELSEVIER SCIENCE LONDON | Published : 2005

Abstract

The plant mitochondrial proteome might contain as many as 2000-3000 different gene products, each of which might undergo post-translational modification. Recent studies using analytical methods, such as one-, two- and three-dimensional gel electrophoresis and one- and two-dimensional liquid chromatography linked on-line with tandem mass spectrometry, have identified >400 mitochondrial proteins, including subunits of mitochondrial respiratory complexes, supercomplexes, phosphorylated proteins and oxidized proteins. The results also highlight a range of new mitochondrial proteins, new mitochondrial functions and possible new mechanisms for regulating mitochondrial metabolism. More than 70 iden..

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