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Leguminous plants produce 5-deoxyflavonoids and 5-deoxyisoflavonoids that play essential roles in legume-microbe interactions. Together with chalcone polyketide reductase and cytochrome P450(More)
Formononetin (7-hydroxy-4'-methoxyisoflavone, also known as 4'-O-methyldaidzein) is an essential intermediate of ecophysiologically active leguminous isoflavonoids. The biosynthetic pathway to(More)
Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal protein, Cry1Aa toxin, binds to a specific receptor in insect midguts and has insecticidal activity. Therefore, the structure of the receptor molecule is probably(More)