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Exactly which amino acids are phosphorylated in higher plants during state transitions?
I know it is usually stated as the threonine residue near the N-terminus of either light harvesting complex (lhc) b1 or lhcb2, but if this is somehow lost, say in a mutant, is the system flexible ...
Aug 3 '12 at 14:14
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