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2006; Miyashita & Good, 2008). Analysis of the A. thaliana sequence database by Purnell et al. (2005) identified the presence of a second DNA sequence that could code for a ␤-subunit. , 2003). However, enzyme analysis of A. , 2006; Miyashita & Good, 2008), which would be expected if At3g03910 led to the expression of a functional protein. The conclusion is that there is probably only one functional gene for the ␤-subunit in A. thaliana. Genes for GDH have been isolated from Nicotiana species.
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