Plant Molecular Biology 50: 903–914, 2002. © 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. 1,∗ Nadine Paris and Jean-Marc Neuhaus Laboratoire de Biochimie, Universite ´ de Neuchâtel, 2007 Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Current address: CNRS UMR 6037-IFRMP 23 Universite ´ de Rouen, 76821 Mt St Aignan, France ( author for correspondence; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) Received 17 October 2001; accepted in revised form 22 February 2002 Introduction be summarized in order to draw an update on the knowledge in vacuolar targeting. In eucaryotic cells, soluble proteins are selected via multiple sorting processes from their site of synthe- Pathways to the vacuoles in plant cells sis to their proper destination. The general idea that sorting or targeting signals dictate the dynamics of The plant vacuolar system can be complex since two transport within a plant cell is well established. Signal- to three different vacuoles with different functions can mediated transport, as opposed to transport by a de- coexist in a same cell (Paris et al., 1996; Jauh et al., fault process, has been extensively reviewed (Mellman 1998). Each vacuole is distinguishable by the type and Warren, 2000). In the latter case, a soluble protein lacking any signal will remain at its site of
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