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Agbiotechnology uses genetic engineering to improve the output and value of crops. Altering the expression of the plant Type I Proton-pumping Pyrophosphatase (H[superscript +]-PPase) has already proven to be a

Agbiotechnology uses genetic engineering to improve the output and value of crops. Altering the expression of the plant Type I Proton-pumping Pyrophosphatase (H[superscript +]-PPase) has already proven to be a useful tool to enhance crop productivity. Despite the effective use of this gene in translational research, information regarding the intracellular localization and functional plasticity of the pump remain largely enigmatic.

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    • 2017-09-12
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01572
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    Pizzio, G. A., Hirschi, K. D., & Gaxiola, R. A. (2017). Conjecture Regarding Posttranslational Modifications to the Arabidopsis Type I Proton-Pumping Pyrophosphatase (AVP1). Frontiers in Plant Science, 8. doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.01572

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