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Differences between the surface properties of the PR and PFR forms of native pea phytochrome, and their application to a simplified procedure for purification of the phytochrome



Differences between the surface properties of the PR and PFR forms of native pea phytochrome, and their application to a simplified procedure for purification of the phytochrome



Plant and Cell Physiology 32(8): 1187-1194



The ability of phytochrome from etiolated pea Alaska shoots to bind to various chromatographic adsorbents and its mobility during non-denaturing electrophoresis were examined with phytochrome in either the red light-adsorbing form (PR) or the far-red light-absorbing from (PFR).

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