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Antibodies raised against yeast HSP 104 cross-react with a heat-and abscisic acid-regulated polypeptide in rice

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Antibodies raised against yeast heat shock protein (HSP) 104 recognized a heat-inducible polypeptide with a molecular mass of 110 kDa in shoot tissue of young rice seedlings. Root tissue of the same age showed no immuno-reaction with yeast HSP 104 antibodies. The 110 kDa polypeptide of rice was also shown to be abscisic acid-inducible in young seedlings. Though this polypeptide was seen to be constitutively present in the flag leaf of 90-day-old field-grown plant, it was not much affected by either heat shock or abscisic acid in this case.

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Singla, S.L., Grover, A. Antibodies raised against yeast HSP 104 cross-react with a heat-and abscisic acid-regulated polypeptide in rice. Plant Mol Biol 22, 1177–1180 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00028989

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