Post-synthetic modification of plant cell walls by expression of microbial hydrolases in the apoplast

@article{Pogorelko2011PostsyntheticMO,
  title={Post-synthetic modification of plant cell walls by expression of microbial hydrolases in the apoplast},
  author={Gennady V. Pogorelko and Oksana V. Fursova and Ming Hui Lin and Eric J. Pyle and Johanna Jass and Olga A Zabotina},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={77},
  pages={433-445}
}
The systematic creation of defined cell wall modifications in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana by expression of microbial hydrolases with known specific activities is a promising approach to examine the impacts of cell wall composition and structure on both plant fitness and cell wall recalcitrance. Moreover, this approach allows the direct evaluation in living plants of hydrolase specificity, which can differ from in vitro specificity. To express genes encoding microbial hydrolases in A… CONTINUE READING

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