Analysis of the water-soluble barley seed proteome has led to the identification of proteins by MS in the major spots on two-dimensional gels covering the pI ranges 4–7 and 6–11. This provides the basis for in-depth studies of proteome changes during seed development and germination, tissue-specific proteomes, cultivar differences related to quality parameters, analysis of the genetic basis for spot variations and targeted investigations of specific proteins.
Aspects of the barley seed proteome during development and germination
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C. Finnie, K. Maeda, O. Østergaard, K.S. Bak-Jensen, J. Larsen, B. Svensson; Aspects of the barley seed proteome during development and germination. Biochem Soc Trans 1 June 2004; 32 (3): 517–519. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/bst0320517
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