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Table 6 Ten highest abundant proteins detected in the trichome-depleted samples onlya

From: Proteomic analysis of Artemisia annua – towards elucidating the biosynthetic pathways of the antimalarial pro-drug artemisinin

Gi number Accession number (no taxonomy) Protein name (no taxonomy) Accession number (Tax.: Artemisia) Protein name (Tax.: Artemisia)
259550200 EOY18549.1 ATP synthase D chain, mitochondrial [Theobroma cacao]   
259729601 XP_002965312.1 Hypothetical protein SELMODRAFT_439163 [Selaginella moellendorffii] AFU82552.1 Heat shock protein, partial [Artemisia tridentata]
259540721 AAC84136.1 Ribosomal protein L12 [Cichorium intybus]   
259545610 XP_003543611.1 60S ribosomal protein L28-2 [Glycine max]   
259719587 AET22433.1 Glutamate synthase [Camellia sinensis]   
259870147 XP_004503350.1 40S ribosomal protein S2-3-like [Cicer arietinum] ABQ32304.1 Chloroplast light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b-binding protein [Artemisia annua]
259543403 CAA65042.1 Chlorophyll a/b-binding protein CP26 in PS II [Brassica juncea] ABQ32304.1 Chloroplast light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b-binding protein [Artemisia annua]
259736780 XP_003547929.1 Ferredoxin--NADP reductase, leaf isozyme, chloroplastic-like isoform 1 [Glycine max] AFO64618.1 Cytochrome P450 reductase [Artemisia annua]
259532505 AEC10962.1 40S ribosomal protein s10 [Camellia sinensis]   
259538077 XP_002301623.1 Predicted protein [Populus trichocarpa]   
  1. Please note: BLASTx searches were used to find protein homologues in other species without taxonomy restriction (columns 2 & 3) and with taxonomy restriction to Artemisia (columns 4 & 5). aThese proteins have been detected in all three trichome-depleted but none of the trichome-enriched samples.