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Functional Analysis of Cystathionine γ-Synthase in Genetically Engineered Potato Plants1

Authors
  • Oliver Kreft
  • Rainer Hoefgen
  • Holger Hesse
Publisher
American Society of Plant Biologists
Publication Date
Apr 01, 2003
Source
PMC
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  • Biology
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Abstract

Functional Analysis of Cystathionine γ-Synthase in Genetically Engineered Potato Plants by Oliver Kreft, Rainer Hoefgen, and Holger Hesse Plantphysiol Volume 131(4):1843-1854 April 1, 2003 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Biosynthetic pathway of the Asp-derived amino acids in plants. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Morphology, RNA-blot analysis, protein-blot analysis, and CgS activity of 8-week-old greenhouse-grown CgS-overexpressing plants compared with potato wild-type plants. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Morphology, RNA-blot analysis, protein-blot analysis, and CgS activity of 8-week-old greenhouse-grown CgS cosuppression plants compared with wild-type plants. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Morphology, RNA-blot analysis, protein-blot analysis, and CgS activity of 8-week-old greenhouse-grown CgS antisense plants compared with potato wild-type plants. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Effects of exogenously applied Met on leaf Met content, StCgS expression level, and CgS enzyme activity in detached potato compound leaves of wild-type plants. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Effects of different concentrations of Met onStCgS mRNA and AtCgS mRNA levels synthesized in a wheat germ in vitro-coupled transcription/translation system. Kreft O et al. Plantphysiol 2003;131:1843-1854 ©2003 by American Society of Plant Biologists Biosynthetic pathway of the Asp-derived amino acids in plants. Met synthesis comprises two biosynthetic domains: the reductive sulfur assimilation (leading to Cys biosynthesis) and one branch of the Asp amino acid family biosynthetic pathway. Dashed lines represent parts of the pathway in which detailed descriptions of the enzymatic steps have b

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