Cercospora beticola Toxins (X. Inhibition of Plasma Membrane H+-ATPase by Beticolin-1)

@inproceedings{SimonPlas1996CercosporaBT,
  title={Cercospora beticola Toxins (X. Inhibition of Plasma Membrane H+-ATPase by Beticolin-1)},
  author={F. Simon-Plas and E. Gom{\`e}s and M. Milat and A. Pugin and J. Blein},
  booktitle={Plant physiology},
  year={1996}
}
Beticolin-1 is a toxin produced by the fungus Cercospora beticola. The chemical structure of this toxin was previously elucidated. The effects of beticolin-1 on purified corn root plasma membrane H+-ATPase were studied in a solubilized form or were reconstituted into liposome membranes. The ATP hydrolysis activity of the purified solubilized enzyme was inhibited by micromolar concentrations of beticolin-1, and this inhibition was noncompetitive with respect to ATP. When this purified enzyme was… Expand
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