Plant Molecular Biology 38: 1277–1284, 1998. 1277 Contents of Volume 38 Vol. 38, Nos. 1, 2, September (I, II) 1998 Special issue: Protein Trafﬁcking in Plant Cells Guest editor: J. Soll Foreword vii The endoplasmic reticulum of plant cells and its role in protein maturation and biogenesis of oil bodies G. Galili, C. Sengupta-Gopalan, A. Ceriotti 1–29 N-Glycoprotein biosynthesis in plants: recent developments and future trends P. Lerouge, M. Cabanes- Macheteau, C. Rayon, A.-C. Fischette-Laine ´, V. Gomord,L.Faye 31–48 The molecular characterization of transport vesicles D.G. Robinson, G. Hinz, S.E.H. Holstein 49–76 Deposition of storage proteins K. Muntz ¨ 77–99 Compartment-speciﬁc accumulation of recombinant immunogloblins in plant cells: an essential tool for antibody production and immunomodulation of physiological functions and pathogen activity U. Conrad, U. Fiedler 101–109 Exocytosis in plants G. Thiel, N. Battey 111–125 Sorting of proteins to vacuoles in plant cells J.-M. Neuhaus, J.C. Rogers 127–144 The nuclear pore complex A. Heese-Peck, N.V. Raikhel 145–162 The surprising complexity of peroxisome biogenesis L.J. Olsen 163–189 Protein translocation into and across the chloroplastic envelope membranes J. Soll, R. Tien 191–207 Multiple pathways for the targeting of thylakoid proteins in chloroplasts C. Robinson, P.J. Hynds, D. Robinson, A. Mant 209–221
Plant Molecular Biology – Springer Journals
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