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Two members of the DUF579 family are responsible for arabinogalactan methylation in Arabidopsis

  • Author(s): Temple, H
  • Mortimer, JC
  • Tryfona, T
  • Yu, X
  • Lopez-Hernandez, F
  • Sorieul, M
  • Anders, N
  • Dupree, P
  • et al.

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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/pld3.117
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Abstract

© 2019 The Authors. Plant Direct published by American Society of Plant Biologists, Society for Experimental Biology and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. All members of the DUF579 family characterized so far have been described to affect the integrity of the hemicellulosic cell wall component xylan: GXMs are glucuronoxylan methyltransferases catalyzing 4-O–methylation of glucuronic acid on xylan; IRX15 and IRX15L, although their enzymatic activity is unknown, are required for xylan biosynthesis and/or xylan deposition. Here we show that the DUF579 family members, AGM1 and AGM2, are required for 4-O–methylation of glucuronic acid of a different plant cell wall component, the highly glycosylated arabinogalactan proteins (AGPs).

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