Cloning and characterization of a phospholipase C from the C(4) plant Digitaria sanguinalis.

Abstract:

:As a PLC activity was implicated in the light transduction pathway that controls C(4) photosynthesis in Digitaria sanguinalis, a full length PLC cDNA (DsPLC2) was cloned. The proteins encoded by the two possible open reading frames were produced in Escherichia coli; they both harbour a PLC activity but with different response to Ca(2+) concentration, and with different sensitivity to the PLC inhibitor U-73122.

journal_name

J Exp Bot

authors

Coursol S,Pierre JN,Vidal J,Grisvard J

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Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-06-01 00:00:00

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1521-4

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373

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0022-0957

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1460-2431

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53

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