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At present the technology has been demonstrated, and there will certainly be further developments towards the critical ability to identify and/or verify hundreds of proteins per day in the very near future, thus accelerating the search for clinical markers. By means of analyzing signal transduction pathways, multi-protein-complexes and the dynamic changes of protein expression, the effects of candidate drugs can be determined, including comprehensive studies concerning their molecular toxicology.
36 37 37 37 38 38 39 41 41 . . . 44 Advances in Biochemical Engineering/ Biotechnology, Vol. 75 Managing Editor: Th. Scheper © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002 32 K. Haralampidis et al. 3 Elaboration of the Aglycone . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Saponin Glycosyltransferases . . . . . . . . . . . 45 4 Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 5 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 List of Abbreviations aAS bAS CS DS EST LS LuP OSC PCR SC a-Amyrin synthase b-Amyrin synthase Cycloartenol synthase Dammarenediol synthase Expressed sequence tag Lanosterol synthase Lupeol synthase Oxidosqualene cyclase Polymerase chain reaction Squalene-hopene cyclase 1 Introduction Collectively plants synthesise a diverse array of secondary metabolites, either as part of normal growth and development or in response to pathogen attack or stress.
Further studies have identified a number of other amino acid residues in A. thaliana CS and Enzyme Cycloartenol synthase (PNX) b-Amyrin synthase (PNY) Lupeol synthase (TRW) Panax ginseng Panax ginseng Taraxacum officinale QW motif QW motif Substrate binding motif QW motif QW motif Database accession numbers and the regions of amino acid sequences shown for each of the five motifs are as follows: Alicyclobacillus acidocaldarius SC (AB007002): amino acids 17–32, 61–78, 372–384, 469–485, 518–533; Rattus norvegicus LS (U31352): amino acids 80–95, 125–142, 452–464, 562–578, 615–630; Homo sapiens LS (HS225261): amino acids 79–94, 124–141, 451–463, 561–577, 614–629; Panax ginseng PNX (AB009029); amino acids 99–114, 147–164, 479–491, 590–606, 640–655; Panax ginseng PNY (AB009030): amino acids 102–117, 150–167, 481–493, 593–609, 643–658; Taraxacum officinale TRW (AB025345): amino acids 100–115, 148–165, 481–493, 592–608, 642–657.