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polygalacturonase


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polygalacturonase

polygalacturonase

polygalacturonase

Expression of exo-polygalacturonases in Botrytis cinerea

Silencing polygalacturonase expression inhibits tomato petiole abscission

Regulation of endo-polygalacturonase activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Evaluation of polygalacturonase activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae wine strains

Cloning and targeted disruption of two polygalacturonase genes in Penicillium olsonii

Experimental and bioinformatic characterization of a recombinant polygalacturonase-inhibitor protein from pearl millet and its interaction with fungal polygalacturonases

Endo-polygalacturonase in Saccharomyces wine yeasts: effect of carbon source on enzyme production

Polygalacturonase from Sitophilus oryzae: Possible horizontal transfer of a pectinase gene from fungi to weevils

Identification, characterization and regulation of two secreted polygalacturonases of the emerging rice pathogen Burkholderia glumae

Recovery of endo-polygalacturonase activity in wine yeast and its effect on wine aroma

Genomic organization of a polygalacturonase gene from a hyperpectinolytic mutant strain of Penicillium occitanis

Expression and RNA interference of salivary polygalacturonase genes in the tarnished plant bug, Lygus lineolaris

A cotton gene encoding a polygalacturonase inhibitor-like protein is specifically expressed in petals

Polygalacturonase-inhibitor proteins in pearl millet: possible involvement in resistance against downy mildew

The polygalacturonase gene BcMF2 from Brassica campestris is associated with intine development

Expression of polygalacturonases and evidence to support their role during cell separation processes in Arabidopsis thaliana

 

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EC 3.2.1.15; other name: pectinase; an enzyme that hydrolyses 1,4‐α‐d‐galactosiduronate linkages in pectin and other galacturonans in a random fashion. It participates in cell‐wall degradation in plants.

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