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Systemin

Description Systemin is one of the many plant hormones that have been isolated during the past few decades. In contrast to the five major classical plant hormones, auxin, gibberellic acid, cytokinin, ethylene, and abscisic acid, which are relatively simple molecules, systemin is an 18-amino acid polypeptide. Systemin is readily transported from wound sites and is considered to be the primary systemic signal. Systemin, a polypeptide processed from a 200-amino precursor called prosystemin, is analogous to polypeptide hormones in animals.
Sequence
{ALA}{VAL}{GLN}{SER}{LYS}{PRO}{PRO}{SER}{LYS}{ARG}{ASP}{PRO}
{PRO}{LYS}{MET}{GLN}{THR}{ASP}
Sequence Shortening AVQSKPPSKRDPPKMQTD
Molecular Formula C85H144N26O28S1
Molecular Weight 2010.3

Purity > 95%
Storage Store the peptide at -20°C. Keep container tightly closed. Store in a cool dry place.
Note


Li C, et al. The Wound-Response Mutant suppressor of prosystemin-mediated responses6 (spr6) Is a Weak Allele of the Tomato Homolog of CORONATINE-INSENSITIVE1 (COI1). Plant Cell Physiol. Mar 2006;

Rocha-Granados Cdel M, et al. The expression of the hydroxyproline-rich glycopeptide systemin precursor A in response to (a)biotic stress and elicitors is indicative of its role in the regulation of the wound response in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.). Planta. Nov 2005; 222(5): 794-810.

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Cat. No. RP10622
Size
Price
0.5 mg $43.00