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Asked 3rd May, 2017

Is there a LMW glutein in rye(Secale cereale)?

Hello.
Nowadays, I am studying on seed storage protein in wheat and their relatives.
HMW glutenin is well-known and it has been studied a lot, but LMW glutenin has studied less than HMW glutenin although LMW has a relatively shorter sequence than HMW because it is harder to distinguish LMW bands than HMW bands.
Glu-1 encodes HMW glutenins, and a lot of Glu-1 such as Glu-A1, Glu-B1, Glu-D1 in wheat, Glu-H1 in barley, and Glu-R1 in rye have been characterized.
However, I couldn't find Glu-R3 in Secale cereale. I could find only one study about Glu-R3 in Secale sylvestre. But as far as I know, Secale sylvestre is not a cultivated rye but a kind of wild rye. Also, there is no Glu-R3 protein or nucleotide information of S. cereale in NCBI database. 
I want to know LMW glutenin in Secale cereale because it can affect to the quality of 1RS wheat-rye translocation varieties. I can't find any related reference. Please help me.

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4th May, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
University of Baghdad
4th May, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
University of Baghdad

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