Stress-responsive α-dioxygenase expression in tomato roots

@inproceedings{Tirajoh2005StressresponsiveE,
  title={Stress-responsive α-dioxygenase expression in tomato roots},
  author={Ananchanok Tirajoh and Theingi Soe Taing Aung and Ashley McKay and Aine L. Plant},
  year={2005}
}
Alpha-dioxygenase (a-DOX) enzymes catalyse the oxygenation of fatty acids to yield a newly identified group of oxylipins that play a role in protecting tissues from oxidative damage and cell death. In tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) α-DOX was identified as salt-regulated by differential display of mRNA, and is represented by a small gene family comprising at least three members: LEα-DOX1, -2, and -3 of which only LEα-DOX1 was salt-responsive. The enhancement of LEa-DOX1 expression in… CONTINUE READING

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