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Molecular cloning and expression of Arabidopsis fatty acid hydroperoxide lyase.

Fatty acid hydroperoxide lyase (HPOL), an enzyme of the octadecanoid pathway that forms carbon-6 aldehydes such as n-hexanal or (Z)-3-hexenal, was cloned from Arabidopsis thaliana as a full-length cDNA. The HPOL activity obtained by expressing the cDNA in Escherichia coli formed n-hexanal from linoleic acid 13-hydroperoxide, whereas linoleic acid 9-hydroperoxide was not a substrate for the enzyme. The HPOL mRNA is expressed at low level in leaves; however, its accumulation can be found in the inflorescence. Wounding or methyl jasmonate treatments increase the mRNA level in leaves. These results indicate that the HPOL gene is up-regulated in leaves in response to wounding and that the enzyme may be an active component of the octadecanoid defense response.[1]

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  1. Molecular cloning and expression of Arabidopsis fatty acid hydroperoxide lyase. Matsui, K., Wilkinson, J., Hiatt, B., Knauf, V., Kajiwara, T. Plant Cell Physiol. (1999) [Pubmed]
 
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