caveolin or caveollae in plants

Robert ROSZAK robert.roszak at pop.univ-lille1.fr
Thu Oct 24 05:40:07 EST 1996


Hi Dr Polacco
Thanks a lot for your response but i apologize because i know that
some clathrin sequences are in databases and that molecular and 
biochemical 
characterization have already been done. But there is some differences 
between caveolae and clathrin. These different proteins work on two 
different vesicles family in mammals. Approximatively, clathrin coated 
coated-pits or coated-vesicles and caveolin coated  non-coated pits 
(called 
caveollae) and maybe some non-coated vesicles. And i'd like to know if 
such 
proteins exist in plants as in mammals.
Thanks a lot for any response

Robert ROSZAK
Equipe de Physiologie et Génétique Moléculaire Végétale
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FRANCE

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