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Plastids are supported by a wide range of proteins encoded within the nucleus and imported from the cytoplasm. These plastid-targeted proteins may originate from the endosymbiont, the host, or other

Plastids are supported by a wide range of proteins encoded within the nucleus and imported from the cytoplasm. These plastid-targeted proteins may originate from the endosymbiont, the host, or other sources entirely. Here, we identify and characterise 770 plastid-targeted proteins that are conserved across the ochrophytes, a major group of algae including diatoms, pelagophytes and kelps, that possess plastids derived from red algae.

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    • 2017-05-12
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.7554/eLife.23717.001
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      2050-084X

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    Dorrell, R. G., Gile, G., Mccallum, G., Méheust, R., Bapteste, E. P., Klinger, C. M., . . . Bowler, C. (2017). Chimeric origins of ochrophytes and haptophytes revealed through an ancient plastid proteome. ELife, 6. doi:10.7554/elife.23717

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