Aldehyde dehydrogenase protein superfamily in maize

@article{Zhou2012AldehydeDP,
  title={Aldehyde dehydrogenase protein superfamily in maize},
  author={Meiliang Zhou and Qian Zhang and Min Zhou and Lei-Peng Qi and Xiong-Bang Yang and Kai-Xuan Zhang and Jun-feng Pang and Xue-mei Zhu and Ji-rong Shao and Yi-Xiong Tang and Yan Wu},
  journal={Functional & Integrative Genomics},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={683-691}
}
Maize (Zea mays ssp. mays L.) is an important model organism for fundamental research in the agro-biotechnology field. Aldehydes were generated in response to a suite of environmental stresses that perturb metabolism including salinity, dehydration, desiccation, and cold and heat shock. Many biologically important aldehydes are metabolized by the superfamily of NAD(P)+-dependent aldehyde dehydrogenases. Here, starting from the database of Z. mays, we identified 28 aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH… CONTINUE READING
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