Rice cytochrome P450 MAX1 homologs catalyze distinct steps in strigolactone biosynthesis.

@article{Zhang2014RiceCP,
  title={Rice cytochrome P450 MAX1 homologs catalyze distinct steps in strigolactone biosynthesis.},
  author={Yanxia Zhang and A. D. van Dijk and A. Scaffidi and G. Flematti and M. Hofmann and T. Charnikhova and F. Verstappen and Jo Hepworth and S. van der Krol and O. Leyser and Steven M. L. Smith and B. Zwanenburg and S. Al-Babili and C. Ruyter-Spira and H. Bouwmeester},
  journal={Nature chemical biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={
          1028-33
        }
}
Strigolactones (SLs) are a class of phytohormones and rhizosphere signaling compounds with high structural diversity. Three enzymes, carotenoid isomerase DWARF27 and carotenoid cleavage dioxygenases CCD7 and CCD8, were previously shown to convert all-trans-β-carotene to carlactone (CL), the SL precursor. However, how CL is metabolized to SLs has remained elusive. Here, by reconstituting the SL biosynthetic pathway in Nicotiana benthamiana, we show that a rice homolog of Arabidopsis More… Expand
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