Nucleotide sugar interconversions and cell wall biosynthesis: how to bring the inside to the outside.

@article{Seifert2004NucleotideSI,
  title={Nucleotide sugar interconversions and cell wall biosynthesis: how to bring the inside to the outside.},
  author={Georg J. Seifert},
  journal={Current opinion in plant biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={
          277-84
        }
}
Plants possess a sophisticated sugar biosynthetic machinery comprising families of nucleotide sugar interconversion enzymes. Literature published in the past two years has made a major contribution to our knowledge of the enzymes and genes involved in the interconversion of nucleotide sugars that are required for cell wall biosynthesis, including UDP-L-rhamnose, UDP-D-galactose, UDP-D-glucuronic acid, UDP-D-xylose, UDP-D-apiose, UDP-L-arabinose, GDP-L-fucose and GDP-L-galactose. Indirect… CONTINUE READING

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