Glucosinolate hydrolysis in Lepidium sativum––identification of the thiocyanate-forming protein

@article{Burow2006GlucosinolateHI,
  title={Glucosinolate hydrolysis in Lepidium sativum––identification of the thiocyanate-forming protein},
  author={M. Burow and A. Bergner and J. Gershenzon and U. Wittstock},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={63},
  pages={49-61}
}
Glucosinolates are a class of thioglycosides found predominantly in plants of the order Brassicales whose function in anti-herbivore defense has been attributed to the products formed by myrosinase-catalyzed hydrolysis upon plant tissue damage. The most common type of hydrolysis products, the isothiocyanates, are toxic to a wide range of organisms. Depending on the glucosinolate side-chain structure and the presence of certain protein factors, other types of hydrolysis products, such as simple… Expand
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