Tomato Proteome Reveals Genes Involved in Fruit Ripening | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Analyzing the nuclear proteome in tomato cells has revealed a role for several genes that encode E2 ubiquitin-conjugation enzymes in the fruit ripening process, researchers report in a study published last week in Genome Biology.

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