CYP94A1, a plant cytochrome P450-catalyzing fatty acid ω-hydroxylase, is selectively induced by chemical stress in Vicia sativa seedlings

@article{Benveniste2005CYP94A1AP,
  title={CYP94A1, a plant cytochrome P450-catalyzing fatty acid $\omega$-hydroxylase, is selectively induced by chemical stress in Vicia sativa seedlings},
  author={Irène Benveniste and Roberte Bronner and Yong Wang and Vincent Compagnon and Pierre Michler and Lukas Schreiber and J P Sala{\"u}n and Francis Durst and Franck Pinot},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2005},
  volume={221},
  pages={881-890}
}
CYP94A1 is a cytochrome P450 (P450) catalyzing fatty acid (FA) ω-hydroxylation in Vicia sativa seedlings. To study the physiological role of this FA monooxygenase, we report here on its regulation at the transcriptional level (Northern blot). Transcripts of CYP94A1, as those of two other P450-dependent FA hydroxylases (CYP94A2 and CYP94A3) from V. sativa, are barely detectable during the early development of the seedlings. CYP94A1 transcripts, in contrast to those of the two other isoforms, are… 
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