Two SCA (stigma/style cysteine-rich adhesin) isoforms show structural differences that correlate with their levels of in vitro pollen tube adhesion activity

Keun Chae, Kangling Zhang, Li Zhang, Dimitrios Morikis, Tae Kim Sun, Jean Claude Mollet, Noelle De La Rosa, Kimberly Tan, Elizabeth M. Lord

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