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Agrocinopine A, a phosphorylated opine is secreted from crown gall cells

(1985) EMBO JOURNAL. 4(3). p.571-577
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We showed that phosphorus-containing metabolites of crown gall tissues were all taken up by appropriate pTi+ agrobacteria. All but one were also taken up by pTi- bacteria. This one compound, produced by nopaline-, but not by octopine-type tumours, was the only phosphorylated organic compound actively secreted by healthy crown gall cells, and it appears to be agrocinopine A. Testing crown gall cell exudates may be a general procedure for the identification of opines by transformed plant cells.
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plant tumour, phosphorus, exudate, Agrocin 84, Agrobacterium

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MLA
Messens, Eric, et al. “Agrocinopine A, a Phosphorylated Opine Is Secreted from Crown Gall Cells.” EMBO JOURNAL, vol. 4, no. 3, 1985, pp. 571–77.
APA
Messens, E., Lenaerts, A., Hedges, R. W., & Van Montagu, M. (1985). Agrocinopine A, a phosphorylated opine is secreted from crown gall cells. EMBO JOURNAL, 4(3), 571–577.
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Messens, Eric, Alfons Lenaerts, Robert W Hedges, and Marc Van Montagu. 1985. “Agrocinopine A, a Phosphorylated Opine Is Secreted from Crown Gall Cells.” EMBO JOURNAL 4 (3): 571–77.
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Messens, Eric, Alfons Lenaerts, Robert W Hedges, and Marc Van Montagu. 1985. “Agrocinopine A, a Phosphorylated Opine Is Secreted from Crown Gall Cells.” EMBO JOURNAL 4 (3): 571–577.
Vancouver
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Messens E, Lenaerts A, Hedges RW, Van Montagu M. Agrocinopine A, a phosphorylated opine is secreted from crown gall cells. EMBO JOURNAL. 1985;4(3):571–7.
IEEE
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E. Messens, A. Lenaerts, R. W. Hedges, and M. Van Montagu, “Agrocinopine A, a phosphorylated opine is secreted from crown gall cells,” EMBO JOURNAL, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 571–577, 1985.
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  abstract     = {{We showed that phosphorus-containing metabolites of crown gall tissues were all taken up by appropriate pTi+ agrobacteria. All but one were also taken up by pTi- bacteria. This one compound, produced by nopaline-, but not by octopine-type tumours, was the only phosphorylated organic compound actively secreted by healthy crown gall cells, and it appears to be agrocinopine A. Testing crown gall cell exudates may be a general procedure for the identification of opines by transformed plant cells.}},
  author       = {{Messens, Eric and Lenaerts, Alfons and Hedges, Robert W and Van Montagu, Marc}},
  issn         = {{0261-4189}},
  journal      = {{EMBO JOURNAL}},
  keywords     = {{plant tumour,phosphorus,exudate,Agrocin 84,Agrobacterium}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{3}},
  pages        = {{571--577}},
  title        = {{Agrocinopine A, a phosphorylated opine is secreted from crown gall cells}},
  url          = {{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC554227/}},
  volume       = {{4}},
  year         = {{1985}},
}

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