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Identification of the photoaffinity-labelled abscisic acid binding proteins from maize root microsome

, : Identification of the photoaffinity-labelled abscisic acid binding proteins from maize root microsome. Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica 28(6): 694-696

An abscisic acid (ABA) binding protein was isolated from maize root microsomes with a specific binding activity of 0.56 pmol ABA/g FW.

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