Cytochromes P450

@inproceedings{Bak2011CytochromesP,
  title={Cytochromes P450},
  author={S{\o}ren Bak and Fred Beisson and Gerard J. Bishop and Bj{\"o}rn R Hamberger and Ren{\'e} H{\"o}fer and Suzanne Michelle Paquette and Dani{\`e}le Werck-Reichhart},
  booktitle={The arabidopsis book},
  year={2011}
}
There are 244 cytochrome P450 genes (and 28 pseudogenes) in the Arabidopsis genome. P450s thus form one of the largest gene families in plants. Contrary to what was initially thought, this family diversification results in very limited functional redundancy and seems to mirror the complexity of plant metabolism. P450s sometimes share less than 20% identity and catalyze extremely diverse reactions leading to the precursors of structural macromolecules such as lignin, cutin, suberin and… 
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