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Accumulation of SALT protein in rice plants as a response to environmental stresses



Accumulation of SALT protein in rice plants as a response to environmental stresses



Plant Science 164(4): 623-628



The SALT protein is a 14.5 kDa mannose-binding lectin originally described as preferentially expressed in rice plant roots in response to NaCl stress. Here, we studied the expression of the SALT polypeptide in rice plants submitted to different stress cues, by immunodetection of SALT protein in plant tissue extracts and using a rabbit polyclonal antibody raised to recombinant SALT protein.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0168-9452(03)00014-1


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