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AN 9 , a Petunia Glutathione S-Transferase Required for Anthocyanin Sequestration , Is a Flavonoid-Binding Protein 1

@inproceedings{Mueller2000AN9,
  title={AN 9 , a Petunia Glutathione S-Transferase Required for Anthocyanin Sequestration , Is a Flavonoid-Binding Protein 1},
  author={L. Mueller and C. Goodman and R. A. Silady and V. Walbot},
  year={2000}
}
  • L. Mueller, C. Goodman, +1 author V. Walbot
  • Published 2000
  • AN9 is a glutathione S-transferase from petunia (Petunia hybrida) required for efficient anthocyanin export from the site of synthesis in the cytoplasm into permanent storage in the vacuole. For many xenobiotics it is well established that a covalent glutathione (GSH) tag mediates recognition of molecules destined for vacuolar sequestration by a tonoplast-localized ATP-binding cassette pump. Here we inquired whether AN9 catalyzes the formation of GSH conjugates with flavonoid substrates. Using… CONTINUE READING

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