Sylvain Bischof
Sylvain Bischof
Department of Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United
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The Phosphoglucan Phosphatase Like Sex Four2 Dephosphorylates Starch at the C3-Position in Arabidopsis
D Santelia, O Kötting, D Seung, M Schubert, M Thalmann, S Bischof, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (11), 4096-4111, 2011
FLU, a negative feedback regulator of tetrapyrrole biosynthesis, is physically linked to the final steps of the Mg++-branch of this pathway
D Kauss, S Bischof, S Steiner, K Apel, R Meskauskiene
FEBS letters 586 (3), 211-216, 2012
Plastid Proteome Assembly without Toc159: Photosynthetic Protein Import and Accumulation of N-Acetylated Plastid Precursor Proteins
S Bischof, K Baerenfaller, T Wildhaber, R Troesch, PA Vidi, B Roschitzki, ...
The Plant Cell 23 (11), 3911-3928, 2011
pep2pro: a new tool for comprehensive proteome data analysis to reveal information about organ-specific proteomes in Arabidopsis thaliana
K Baerenfaller, M Hirsch-Hoffmann, J Svozil, R Hull, D Russenberger, ...
Integrative Biology 3 (3), 225-237, 2011
RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED PROTEIN controls the transition to autotrophic plant development
R Gutzat, L Borghi, J Fütterer, S Bischof, Y Laizet, L Hennig, R Feil, J Lunn, ...
Development 138 (14), 2977-2986, 2011
The acidic A-domain of Arabidopsis TOC159 occurs as a hyperphosphorylated protein
B Agne, C Andrčs, C Montandon, B Christ, A Ertan, F Jung, S Infanger, ...
Plant physiology 153 (3), 1016-1030, 2010
In vivo interaction between atToc33 and atToc159 GTP-binding domains demonstrated in a plant split-ubiquitin system
G Rahim, S Bischof, F Kessler, B Agne
Journal of experimental botany 60 (1), 257-267, 2009
The chloroplast import receptor Toc90 partially restores the accumulation of Toc159 client proteins in the Arabidopsis thaliana ppi2 mutant
S Infanger, S Bischof, A Hiltbrunner, B Agne, S Baginsky, F Kessler
Molecular plant 4 (2), 252-263, 2011
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