Nodulin-100 of soybean is the subunit of sucrose synthase regulated by the availability of free heme in nodules.

@article{Thummler1987Nodulin100OS,
  title={Nodulin-100 of soybean is the subunit of sucrose synthase regulated by the availability of free heme in nodules.},
  author={F Thummler and D. P. Verma},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1987},
  volume={262 30},
  pages={14730-6}
}
A cDNA sequence encoding a nodule-specific protein, nodulin-100, was identified among the abundant transcripts of poly(A)+ RNA from soybean nodules. Purification of nodulin-100 from the soluble fraction of nodule extract yielded an abundant protein with a subunit of approximately 90 kDa having properties of sucrose synthase (UDP-glucose:D-fructose 2-alpha-D-glucosyltransferase, EC 2.4.1.13). Nodule sucrose synthase of soybean is a tetrameric enzyme. Antibodies raised against this protein cross… CONTINUE READING

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