Proteomics: thermo-adaptive mechanism of soybean seedlings revealed

A study, recently published in the Journal of Proteome Research, revealed the tissue specific changes in expression patterns due to heat-stress in soybean seedlings. Especially the low molecular weight heat-shock protein expression was up-regulated in a tissue specific manner. Proteins important for photosynthesis and various other aspects of metabolism were down-regulated. The authors of the study used an HSP60 antibody that you may order on antibodies-online.
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