A nodule-specific dicarboxylate transporter from alder is a member of the peptide transporter family.

@article{Jeong2004AND,
  title={A nodule-specific dicarboxylate transporter from alder is a member of the peptide transporter family.},
  author={Jeeyon Jeong and S. Suh and Changhui Guan and Y G Tsay and Nava Moran and Chang Jae Oh and Chung Sun An and Kirill N. Demchenko and Katharina Pawlowski and Youngsook Lee},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={134 3},
  pages={969-78}
}
Alder (Alnus glutinosa) and more than 200 angiosperms that encompass 24 genera are collectively called actinorhizal plants. These plants form a symbiotic relationship with the nitrogen-fixing actinomycete Frankia strain HFPArI3. The plants provide the bacteria with carbon sources in exchange for fixed nitrogen, but this metabolite exchange in actinorhizal nodules has not been well defined. We isolated an alder cDNA from a nodule cDNA library by differential screening with nodule versus root… CONTINUE READING