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The invention features isolated cytochrome P450 polypeptides and nucleic acid molecules, as well as expression vectors and transgenic plants containing these molecules. In addition, the invention features uses of such molecules in methods of increasing the level of resistance against a disease caused by a plant pathogen in a transgenic plant, in methods for producing altered compounds, for example, hydroxylated compounds, and in methods of producing isoprenoid compounds.
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY (US)
Chappell, Joe and Ralston, Lyle F., "Cytochrome P450S and Uses Thereof" (2014). Plant and Soil Sciences Faculty Patents. 16.