Nuclear localization of the dehydrin OpsDHN1 is determined by histidine-rich motif
Hernández Sánchez, Itzell Eurídice
Maruri López, Israel
Graether, Steffen P.
Jiménez Bremont, Juan Francisco
"The cactus OpsDHN1 dehydrin belongs to a large family of disordered and highly hydrophilic proteins known as Late Embryogenesis Abundant (LEA) proteins, which accumulate during the late stages of embryogenesis and in response to abiotic stresses. Herein, we present the in vivo OpsDHN1 subcellular localization by N-terminal GFP translational fusion; our results revealed a cytoplasmic and nuclear localization of the GFP
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