AEQUORIN

Yves Bertheau bertheau at INAPG.INRA.FR
Sat Jan 4 12:14:35 EST 1992


Hy networkers...

I am not sure this is the good forum but...

I'm reading a review (TIG 1991 7 (11/12): 356-360 about signal transduction
in plant cells and a part of the paper is devoted to Ca2+ based
signal-transduction.

The author talk about transgenic aequorin and its use to measure [Ca2+] in the
cells.

Does anybody know more about this protein (and its gene). Where I could find
the corresponding gene and whether potato (or other solanaceae) has been
transformed and is available.

Well, to summarize I am really interested in this protein and its use to
study Erwinia/potato interactions.

Thanks a lot for your help

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