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Figure  S1. pH preferences of the intact MtMaT1 (a) and the truncated MtMaT1-&Dgr;110 (b).

Figure  S2. HPLC profiles of phenolic extracts from individual transgenic lines of tt3/tt6-IFS-MtMaT1 (a) and tt3/tt6-IFS (b) that are different from those lines used in Figure 6a and b. The arrow points the novel malonylated genistein 7-O-glucoside produced by overexpression of MtMaT1. Note that peak (iv) in Figure 6a and several peaks in Figure 6b are varied in the individual plants (a and b). Panels in the middle and right columns showing UV spectra of the peaks labeled in Figure 6 (solid line), and the generally related reference spectra are shown with dotted line.

Figure  S3 Isoflavone 7-O-methyltransferase fused with GFP and expressed in M.  truncatula leaf epidermal cells under normal growth condition, fluorescence signal was not observed in nucleus.

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