Gene clustering and copy number variation in alkaloid metabolic pathways of opium poppy

The opium poppy has been a source of painkilling drugs synthesized by the benzylisoquinoline alkere, the authorsere, the authors report an improved genome assembly and reveal gene clustering and copy number variation in alkaloid metabolic pathways.

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Author:

Qiushi Li [VerfasserIn]

Sukanya Ramasamy [VerfasserIn]

Pooja Singh [VerfasserIn]

Jillian M. Hagel [VerfasserIn]

Sonja M. Dunemann [VerfasserIn]

Xue Chen [VerfasserIn]

Rongji Chen [VerfasserIn]

Lisa Yu [VerfasserIn]

Joseph E. Tucker [VerfasserIn]

Peter J. Facchini [VerfasserIn]

Sam Yeaman [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English

Published:

2020

Containing Work:

In: Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group, 2016, 11(2020), 1, Seite 13

Containing Work:

volume:11 ; year:2020 ; number:1 ; pages:13

Links:

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-15040-2 [Kostenfrei]

https://doaj.org/article/6ba3faec149e43a6b4d6d470d8f05cd3 [Kostenfrei]

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1038/s41467-020-15040-2 [Kostenfrei]

Journal toc [Kostenfrei]

DOI / URN:

10.1038/s41467-020-15040-2

Catalog id:

DOAJ046968555

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