PpASCL, a moss ortholog of anther-specific chalcone synthase-like enzymes, is a hydroxyalkylpyrone synthase involved in an evolutionarily conserved sporopollenin biosynthesis pathway
Version of Record online: 29 AUG 2011
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Volume 192, Issue 4, pages 855–868, December 2011
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Colpitts, C. C., Kim, S. S., Posehn, S. E., Jepson, C., Kim, S. Y., Wiedemann, G., Reski, R., Wee, A. G. H., Douglas, C. J. and Suh, D.-Y. (2011), PpASCL, a moss ortholog of anther-specific chalcone synthase-like enzymes, is a hydroxyalkylpyrone synthase involved in an evolutionarily conserved sporopollenin biosynthesis pathway. New Phytologist, 192: 855–868. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03858.x
- Issue online: 11 NOV 2011
- Version of Record online: 29 AUG 2011
- Received: 6 July 2011, Accepted: 25 July 2011
Fig. S1 Initial velocity plots for the measurement of kinetic parameters of Physcomitrella patens anther-specific chalcone synthase-like enzyme (PpASCL).
Fig. S2 Thin-layer chromatogram of the incubation mixture of a diketo acid and Arabidopsis polyketide synthase A (PKSA).
Fig. S3 I-TASSER-generated model of Arabidopsis polyketide synthase A (PKSA).
Fig. S4 Comparison of deduced amino acid sequences of anther-specific chalcone synthase-like enzymes (ASCLs).
Methods S1 Chemical syntheses.
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