Chloroplast

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  1. BSD2 / Anti-Protein BUNDLE SHEATH DEFECTIVE 2, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G47650    Q9SN73        
     Synonyms: BSD2, BUNDLE SHEATH DEFECTIVE 2

     Background:

    BSD2 is a chloroplast chaperone required for RuBisCo biogenesis and translational regulation of the RuBisCo large subunit (RbcL).
  2. LHCB1.1 / Anti-Lhcb1 protein of LHCII Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G29920    P0CJ48       
     Synonyms: Lhcb1

     Background:

    The light-harvesting complex (LHC) functions as a light receptor; it captures and delivers excitation energy to photosystem. Lhcb1, Lhcb2 and Lhcb3 are the major pigment-binding proteins which are encoded by Lhcb1, Lhcb2 and Lhcb3 genes, respectively. Lhcb1 and Lhcb2 are the most abundant proteins in the light harvesting antenna complex.
  3. HEME1 / Anti-Uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase 1, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G14930    Q93ZB6       
     Synonyms: HEME1

     Background:

    KEULE is a Sec1 protein and expressed throughout the plant. KEULE is required for cytokinesis. It is a regulator of vesicle trafficking involved in cytokinesis and root hair development.
  4. AT5G16210 / Anti-AT5G16210 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT5G16210    Q8VYW7       
     Synonyms: AT5G16210

     Background:

    AT5G16210
  5. CML39 / Anti-Calcium-binding protein CML39 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G76640    Q9SRE7       
     Synonyms: CML39, CALMODULIN LIKE 39

     Background:

    CML39 is the Calcium-binding EF-hand family protein.
  6. FTSH5 / Anti- ATP-dependent zinc metalloprotease FTSH 5, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT5G42270    Q9FH02       
     Synonyms: FTSH5, VAR1, VARIEGATED 1

     Background:

    FtsH is an essential ATP-dependent metalloprotease for protein quality control in the thylakoid membrane of Arabidopsis thaliana chloroplasts. It is required for chloroplast development during leaf growth, and particularly for the specific degradation of photo-damaged D1 protein in the photosystem II (PSII) complex to maintain photosynthesis activity. In the Arabidopsis thaliana genome, 12 genes encoding members of the FtsH family have been identified. Nine of these proteins (FtsH1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12) are located in the chloroplast. FtsH1 and FtsH5 are interchangeable in thylakoid membranes.
  7. PIFI / Anti-Protein POST-ILLUMINATION CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE INCREASE, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G15840    Q9LVZ5       
     Synonyms: PIFI, POST-ILLUMINATION CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE INCREASE

     Background:

    PIFI is a chloroplast-targeted protein localized in the stroma that is a novel component essential for NDH-mediated non-photochemical reduction of the plastoquinone pool in chlororespiratory electron transport.
  8. PYRB / Anti-Aspartate carbamoyltransferase, chloroplastic antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G20330    P49077       
     Synonyms: PYRB, ACT, ASPARTATE TRANSCARBAMOYLASE, PYRIMIDINE B

     Background:

    PYRB is an aspartate carbamoyltransferase catalyzing the second step in the de novo pyrimidine ribonucleotide biosynthesis.
  9. PBR1 / Anti-Protein PIGMENT DEFECTIVE 338, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G71720    Q9M9H4       
     Synonyms: PBR1, BSF, PDE338, PETB/PETD STABILIZING FACTOR, PHOTOSYSTEM BIOGENESIS REGULATOR 1, PIGMENT DEFECTIVE 338, RBCL MRNA S1 BINDING DOMAIN PROTEIN, RLSB

     Background:

    PBR1 is a chloroplast localized protein that regulates the translation of Ycf1 by binding to its mRNA. It is involved in the biogenesis of photosynthetic complexes.
  10. RPH1 / Anti-Protein RESISTANCE TO PHYTOPHTHORA 1, chloroplastic Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT2G48070    Q9ZU82       
     Synonyms: RPH1, RESISTANCE TO PHYTOPHTHORA 1

     Background:

    RPH1 plays a positive role in the immune response to the oomycetes P.brassicae, including induced oxidative burst (e.g. H 2 O 2 ) and enhanced expression of defense-related genes.

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