- Sabato D'Auria, CNR
- Chris Grant, University of Manchester
- Albert Jeltsch, Universität Stuttgart
- Joel Weiner, University of Alberta
- Guangde Tu, BioMed Central
As a result of novel expression techniques, the recombinant Arabidopsis thaliana protein Tic20 is shown to exist in both monomeric and higher-order forms, with implications for its role as chloroplast membrane preprotein channel protein.
BMC Biochemistry 2011, 12:58
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