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Table 2 Changes in the relative level of dlps in Arabidopsis mitochondria.

From: Diverse accumulation of several dehydrin-like proteins in cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis), Arabidopsis thaliana and yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus) mitochondria under cold and heat stress

Arabidopsis thaliana
Antibody K DHN24
Organ Rosette leaves Cell cultures
Stress treatment Size (kDa) Control Cold Heat Size (kDa) Control Size (kDa) Control
  20 n.d. 89.0 n.d. 20 57.4 20 68.5
  40 20.0 67.0 26.4 25 122.2 25 137.5
  50 36.1 53.2 27.1 35 72.4 40 29.7
  55 39.2 66.4 30.8 45 65.0 50 66.6
  100 86.6 58.4 108.9 50 65.2 65 110.3
      55 65.7 70 114.3
      65 56.7 100 46.3
      70 133.1   
  1. Thermostable proteins are denoted in bold. Thermolabile proteins (considered as not resistant for boiling in 15 min.) are underlined. n.d.- not detected or a very low-abundant protein. The thermostability of mitochondrial dlps from leaves of Arabidopsis was not determined. The results of densitometrical analysis of three independent Western blots were presented as average value in arbitrary units after background subtraction, as the optical density of protein bands per square pixel.