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CRT1a  -  calreticulin-1

Arabidopsis thaliana

Synonyms: AtCRT1a, CALRETICULIN 1, CRT1, F14G9.5, F14G9_5, ...
 
 
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  • Using light and electron microscopy and immunostaining for callose and calreticulin, we showed that suspension cells laid down abundant PDs in division walls, and that vestiges of these structures were retained as half PDs even when the cell-to-cell contacts were disrupted during culture growth [8].

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