Disulphide formation in chloroplasts

Emir Khatipov khatipovNO at NOuchicago.edu
Sat Oct 27 19:09:15 EST 2001

I don't remember the structure of chloroplasts, and lazy to look it up, but
I believe disulfides will be formed and remain stable in the environment
with higher redox potential, i.e. and e.g., lower pH - that is inside the
chloroplast, or if my memory does not fail here in that chloroplast has
similar structure to mitochondria, in the stroma.

"Michael Witty" <mw132 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk> wrote in message
news:Pine.SGI.4.33.0110280046060.1391619-100000 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk...
> Dear All,
>         I know I should know this already, but does disulphide formation
> happen predominantly in one compartment of chloroplasts.  Like periplasm
> of bacteria or the endomembrane system of eukaryotes?  Pubmed is a bit
> mysterious about this.  Regards, Mike.

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