Precursor-mediated opening of translocation pores in chloroplast envelopes.
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Wiley (John Wiley & Sons)
- Publication Date
Dec 19, 1994
Direct electrical measurements on native chloroplast envelopes reveal that a full-length chloroplast precursor protein causes an increase in the conductivity of the envelope membranes, due to its transit sequence. The conductivity is not influenced by a truncated precursor protein incapable of efficient translocation, suggesting precursor-mediated opening of translocation pores in chloroplast envelopes.
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