Basic RNases of wild almond (Prunus webbii): cloning and characterization of six new S-RNase and one "non-S RNase" genes.

@article{Banovi2009BasicRO,
  title={Basic RNases of wild almond (Prunus webbii): cloning and characterization of six new S-RNase and one "non-S RNase" genes.},
  author={B. Banovi{\'c} and N. {\vS}urbanovski and M. Konstantinovic and V. Maksimovi{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={166 4},
  pages={
          395-402
        }
}
In order to investigate the S-RNase allele structure of a Prunus webbii population from the Montenegrin region of the Balkans, we analyzed 10 Prunus webbii accessions. We detected 10 different S-RNase allelic variants and obtained the nucleotide sequences for six S-RNases. The BLAST analysis showed that these six sequences were new Prunus webbii S-RNase alleles. It also revealed that one of sequenced alleles, S(9)-RNase, coded for an amino acid sequence identical to that for Prunus dulcis S(14… Expand
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