Polyamine oxidase 7 is a terminal catabolism-type enzyme in Oryza sativa and is specifically expressed in anthers.

@article{Liu2014PolyamineO7,
  title={Polyamine oxidase 7 is a terminal catabolism-type enzyme in Oryza sativa and is specifically expressed in anthers.},
  author={Taibo Liu and Dong Wook Kim and Masaru Niitsu and Shunsuke Maeda and Masao Watanabe and Yoshiyuki Kamio and Thomas Berberich and T. Kusano},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={1110-22}
}
Polyamine oxidase (PAO), which requires FAD as a cofactor, functions in polyamine catabolism. Plant PAOs are classified into two groups based on their reaction modes. The terminal catabolism (TC) reaction always produces 1,3-diaminopropane (DAP), H2O2, and the respective aldehydes, while the back-conversion (BC) reaction produces spermidine (Spd) from tetraamines, spermine (Spm) and thermospermine (T-Spm) and/or putrescine from Spd, along with 3-aminopropanal and H2O2. The Oryza sativa genome… CONTINUE READING

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