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Heat-shock protein variability in maize

, : Heat-shock protein variability in maize. Maydica 33(1): 65-75

The heat shock proteins (HSPs) of 35 inbred lines were characterized by SDS-PAGE following in vivo labelling with 35S. A standard HSP pattern of 9 bands, present in all but one line, was defined, though 6 of these bands were present at reduced levels in a few lines. Various combinations of 10 additional bands were found in 28 lines.

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