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INFORMATION Silkworm Carotenoid silk coloration is controlled by a carotenoid-binding protein, a product of the Yellow blood gene.
Silkworms Recent progress in molecular genetic studies on the carotenoid transport system using cocoon-color mutants of the silkworm.
General Microbes JCM 7785 Complete biosynthetic pathway of the C50 carotenoid bacterioruberin from lycopene in the extremely halophilic archaeon Haloarcula japonica.
Silkworms Y strain , I strain ? The basis for colorless hemolymph and cocoons in the Y-gene recessive Bombyx mori mutants: a defect in the cellular uptake of carotenoids.
Silkworms ? A carotenoid-binding protein (CBP) plays a crucial role in cocoon pigmentation of silkworm (Bombyx mori) larvae.
Silkworms Y strain , I strain ? Characterization of the carotenoid-binding protein of the Y-gene dominant mutants of Bombyx mori.
Silkworms EST database ? BmStart1, a novel carotenoid-binding protein isoform from Bombyx mori, is orthologous to MLN64, a mammalian cholesterol transporter.
Silkworms Samia cynthia ricini , Samia cynthia pryeri , Antheraea pernyi , Antheraea yamamai , b10 , c04 , c05 , c10 , c11 , c12 , ... Diversity in copy number and structure of a silkworm morphogenetic gene as a result of domestication.
Silkworms NA [How is cocoon colored?].
Silkworms NA [Insect proteins transporting hydrophobic substances: Transport system of carotenoids responsible for the body coloration].
Tomato TOMJPF00001 Enhanced polyamine accumulation alters carotenoid metabolism at the transcriptional level in tomato fruit over-expressing spermidine synthase.
Morning Glory Carotenoid composition and carotenogenic gene expression during Ipomoea petal development.
Silkworms FL50 Carotenoid silk coloration is controlled by a carotenoid-binding protein, a product of the Yellow blood gene.
Silkworms c04 , c05 , c10 , c11 , c43 , e09 A CD36-related transmembrane protein is coordinated with an intracellular lipid-binding protein in selective carotenoid transport for cocoon coloration.
Algae NIES-1332 , NIES-144 Carotenoids in algae: distributions, biosyntheses and functions.
Silkworms c44 , w06 , e09 , b10 , c05 , c10 , c43 , c11 CD36 homolog divergence is responsible for the selectivity of carotenoid species migration to the silk gland of the silkworm Bombyx mori.
General Microbes JCM32880 Pontibacter oryzae sp. nov., a carotenoid-producing species isolated from a rice paddy field.