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The Plant Cell
A novel insight into Arabidopsis mitochondrial function was revealed from a large experimental proteome derived by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Within the experimental set of 416 identified proteins, a significant number of low-abundance proteins involved in DNA synthesis, transcriptional regulation, protein complex assembly, and cellular signaling were discovered. Nearly 20% of the experimentally identified proteins are of unknown function, suggesting a wealth ofdoi:10.1105/tpc.016055 pmid:14671022 pmcid:PMC301408 fatcat:6aihjhc7k5hy5keq7psi5xd5wy