Previous studies in this lab revealed that the trafficking of bacterium-originated VirE2 is driven by an actomyosin motility system in the tobacco leaf epidermal cells. This trafficking manner closely resembles some of plant organelles. Although the mechanisms of VirE2’s intracellular trafficking in planta has been progressively elucidated recently, there is no clear clue as how VirE2 is associated with plant actomyosin systems. This project aims at finding plant endogenous counterparts, by conducting a comparative kinetic analysis, with which VirE2 shares the same motility features. (Abstract shortened by UMI.)
|School:||National University of Singapore (Singapore)|
|School Location:||Republic of Singapore|
|Source:||DAI-B 77/06(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
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