Additional file 1: Figure S1.

Synthesis of the S-nitrosoglutathione-vinyl sulfone silica. Figure S2. Profile of the affinity chromatography of the pea leaves crude extract monitored at three wavelengths to detect both protein (A280) and S-nitrosothiol (A340 and A550) signal and the types of interactions that are disrupted. Figure S3. Bidimensional electrophoresis of the peak fraction of pea leaves eluted. Figure S4. Bidimensional electrophoresis of the peak fraction of sunflower hypocotyls. Table S1. Summary of the positive identifications by mass spectrometry of the peak fraction of the pea leave sample eluted from a GSNO-vinyl sulfone resin that showed the highest protein and Snitrosylation signals. Table S2. Summary of the positive identifications by mass spectrometry of the peak fraction of the sunflower hypocotyls sample eluted from a GSNO-vinyl sulfone resin that showed the highest protein and S-nitrosylation signals.

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Begara-Morales et al. BMC Plant Biology 2013 13:61   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-13-61