Tissue-Specific Expression and Anaerobically Induced Posttranscriptional Modulation of Sucrose Synthase Genes in Sorghum bicolor M.

@article{Chourey1991TissueSpecificEA,
  title={Tissue-Specific Expression and Anaerobically Induced Posttranscriptional Modulation of Sucrose Synthase Genes in Sorghum bicolor M.},
  author={Prem S. Chourey and Earl W. Taliercio and Edward J Kane},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={96 2},
  pages={485-90}
}
We have used antibodies directed against the two sucrose synthase (SS) isozymes, and the cDNA clones corresponding to the two nonallelic genes in maize to describe sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) SS genes and their expressions at protein and RNA levels. Western blot analyses have shown evidence of two SS isozymes, SS1 and SS2, in sorghum; these were similar, but not identical, to maize isozymes in size, charge, subunit composition, and epitope specificities against both monoclonal and polyclonal… CONTINUE READING