Protein-protein and protein-membrane associations in the lignin pathway.

  title={Protein-protein and protein-membrane associations in the lignin pathway.},
  author={Jean-Etienne Bassard and Ludovic Richert and Jan Geerinck and Hugues Renault and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Duval and Pascaline Ullmann and Martine Schmitt and Etienne H Meyer and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Mutterer and Wout Boerjan and Geert De Jaeger and Yves M{\'e}ly and Alain Goossens and Daniele Werck-reichhart},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  volume={24 11},
Supramolecular organization of enzymes is proposed to orchestrate metabolic complexity and help channel intermediates in different pathways. Phenylpropanoid metabolism has to direct up to 30% of the carbon fixed by plants to the biosynthesis of lignin precursors. Effective coupling of the enzymes in the pathway thus seems to be required. Subcellular localization, mobility, protein-protein, and protein-membrane interactions of four consecutive enzymes around the main branch point leading to… CONTINUE READING


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