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Anisodus luridus hairy root cultures were established to test biological effects of acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) and ultraviolet ray-B (UV-B) on gene expression, tropane alkaloid (TA) biosynthesis and efflux. The TAs-pathway gene expression was ASA dosage dependant. The expression of PMT, TRI and CYP80F1 showed no significant difference in hairy root cultures(More)
Quantitative PCR (qPCR) is a powerful tool for measuring gene expression levels. Accurate and reproducible results are dependent on the correct choice of reference genes for data normalization. Atropa belladonna is a commercial plant species from which pharmaceutical tropane alkaloids are extracted. In this study, eight candidate reference genes, namely 18S(More)
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