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O0 a-Gliadins and y-gliadins are two closely related wheat storage proteins that evolved from a common ancestral gene. However, synthesis of a-gliadins and y-gliadins in Xenopus laevis oocytes revealed striking differences in their subcellular routing. The major portion of a-gliadin accumulated inside the oocyte, whereas most of the ygliadin was secreted. Disruption of the Golgi apparatus by monensin revealed that the major part of secretion of ygliadin is Golgi mediated. The difference in thedoi:10.2307/3869329 pmid:12354972 fatcat:uept5pwk3vdz3ow2fs4ljmtodi