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- Mudalkar, Shalini, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Environmental and experimental botany 2017 v.134 pp. 141-150
- Jatropha curcas; active sites; beta-lactamase; databases; drought; enzyme kinetics; gene expression; genes; glutathione; glutathione-disulfide reductase; leaves; messenger RNA; metabolites; nickel; oxidative stress; phylogeny; plant damage; protective effect; proteins; roots; salt stress; sequence alignment; sodium chloride; stress tolerance; toxic substances; transcriptomics; yeasts
- ... In the current study, we characterized three crucial enzymes, glyoxalase I, II (JcGLYI, JcGLYII) and glutathione reductase (JcGR) that are known to play key role in metabolite degradation and oxidative stress tolerance. Methylglyoxal (MG) produced during abiotic stress causes severe damage to plants and glyoxalases along with glutathione (GSH) detoxify MG to non-toxic compounds. Our transcriptome ...