Plant gamma-glutamyl hydrolases and folate polyglutamates: characterization, compartmentation, and co-occurrence in vacuoles.

@article{Orsomando2005PlantGH,
  title={Plant gamma-glutamyl hydrolases and folate polyglutamates: characterization, compartmentation, and co-occurrence in vacuoles.},
  author={Giuseppe Orsomando and Roc{\'i}o I D{\'i}az de la Garza and Brian J. Green and Mingsheng Peng and Philip A. Rea and Thomas J. Ryan and J. Gregory and Andrew D. Hanson},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={280 32},
  pages={28877-84}
}
gamma-Glutamyl hydrolase (GGH, EC 3.4.19.9) catalyzes removal of the polyglutamyl tail from folyl and p-aminobenzoyl polyglutamates. Plants typically have one or a few GGH genes; Arabidopsis has three, tandemly arranged on chromosome 1, which encode proteins with predicted secretory pathway signal peptides. Two representative Arabidopsis GGH proteins, AtGGH1 and AtGGH2 (the At1g78660 and At1g78680 gene products, respectively) were expressed in truncated form in Escherichia coli and purified… CONTINUE READING
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