Foreign gene products can be enhanced by introduction into low storage protein mutants.

Abstract

Transgenic rice expressing soybean glycinin in its endosperm was crossed with two types of low-glutelin mutants to determine how much storage the protein mutants can contribute to increases in glycinin accumulation. The glycinin level (102 microg/100 mg seed) in the parental transgenic line was enhanced to approximately 224-237 microg/100 mg seed within a… (More)

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@article{Tada2003ForeignGP, title={Foreign gene products can be enhanced by introduction into low storage protein mutants.}, author={Yoshifumi Tada and Shigeru Utsumi and F. Takaiwa}, journal={Plant biotechnology journal}, year={2003}, volume={1 6}, pages={411-22} }