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phytochelatin synthase


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phytochelatin synthase

Cadmium tolerance and phytochelatin content of Arabidopsis seedlings over-expressing the phytochelatin synthase gene AtPCS1

The capability to synthesize phytochelatins and the presence of constitutive and functional phytochelatin synthases are ancestral (plesiomorphic) characters for basal land plants

Phytochelatin synthase (PCS) protein is induced in Brassica juncea leaves after prolonged Cd exposure

Heteroexpression of the wheat phytochelatin synthase gene (TaPCS1) in rice enhances cadmium sensitivity

Overexpression of Phytochelatin Synthase in Arabidopsis Leads to Enhanced Arsenic Tolerance and Cadmium Hypersensitivity

Overexpression of Phytochelatin Synthase in Arabidopsis Leads to Enhanced Arsenic Tolerance and Cadmium Hypersensitivity

Heteroexpression of the wheat phytochelatin synthase gene (TaPCS1) in rice enhances cadmium sensitivity

Phytochelatin Synthase has Contrasting Effects on Cadmium and Arsenic Accumulation in Rice Grains

Overexpression of phytochelatin synthase in tobacco: distinctive effects of AtPCS1 and CePCS genes on plant response to cadmium

A Cd/Fe/Zn-Responsive Phytochelatin Synthase is Constitutively Present in the Ancient Liverwort Lunularia cruciata (L.) Dumort

Identification of C-terminal Regions in Arabidopsis thaliana Phytochelatin Synthase 1 Specifically Involved in Activation by Arsenite

Arabidopsis thaliana phytochelatin synthase 2 is constitutively active in vivo and can rescue the growth defect of the PCS1-deficient cad1-3 mutant on Cd-contaminated soil

 

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EC 2.3.2.15; recommended name: γ‐Glu‐Cys‐dipeptidyltransferase; an enzyme that catalyses the reaction:

nGSH = (γ‐Glu‐Cys)nGly + glycine(n−1)

where n = 2–11. It is induced by, and active only in the presence ...

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