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- Hellens, Roger P., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Plant cell reports 2015 v.34 no.10 pp. 1817-1823
- Antirrhinum; Malus; Petunia hybrida; anthocyanins; apples; autoregulation; biosynthesis; corolla; genetically modified organisms; horticultural crops; leaves; phenotype; pigmentation; proteins; tissues; transgenes
- ... KEY MESSAGE : The Md - MYB10 R₆ gene from apple is capable of self-regulating in heterologous host species and enhancing anthocyanin pigmentation, but the activity of MYB10 is dependent on endogenous protein partners. Coloured foliage due to anthocyanin pigments (bronze/red/black) is an attractive trait that is often lacking in many bedding, ornamental and horticultural plants. Apples (Malus × dom ...
- Hellens, Roger P., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- The plant cell 2015 v.27 no.3 pp. 772-786
- Arabidopsis; biosynthesis; galactose; genes; open reading frames; phosphorylase; start codon; translation (genetics)
- ... Feedback regulation of the key gene in the ascorbate biosynthesis pathway, GDP Galactose Phosphorylase , is controlled at the level of translation by an upstream open reading frame with a noncanonical initiation codon. ...
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