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ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein

ATP citrate-lyase is the primary enzyme responsible for the synthesis of cytosolic acetyl-CoA, used for the elongation of fatty acids and biosynthesis of isoprenoids, flavonoids and malonated derivatives. May supply substrate to the cytosolic acetyl-CoA carboxylase, which generates the malonyl-CoA used for the synthesis of a multitude of compounds, including very long chain fatty acids and flavonoids. Required for normal growth and development and elongation of C18 fatty acids to C20 to C24 fatty acids in seeds. In contrast to all known animal ACL enzymes having a homomeric structure, plant ACLs are composed of alpha and beta chains.

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ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 1

Also known as ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 1 (ATP-citrate synthase A-1) (ATP-citrate lyase A-1) (Citrate cleavage enzyme A-1).
One of the three genes encoding subunit A of the trimeric protein ATP Citrate Lyase. Antisense ACLA-1 plants cause a reduction in cytosolic acetyl-CoA metabolism and have upregulation of stress-related genes and down-regulation of primary metabolism and growth genes, suggesting the mutation restricts normal growth and developmental processes and puts the plant into a state of stress.

ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 2

Also known as ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 2 (ATP-citrate synthase A-2) (ATP-citrate lyase A-2) (Citrate cleavage enzyme A-2).
ATP citrate-lyase is the primary enzyme responsible for the synthesis of cytosolic acetyl-CoA, used for the elongation of fatty acids and biosynthesis of isoprenoids, flavonoids and malonated derivatives. May supply substrate to the cytosolic acetyl-CoA carboxylase, which generates the malonyl-CoA used for the synthesis of a multitude of compounds, including very long chain fatty acids and flavonoids. In contrast to all known animal ACL enzymes having a homomeric structure, plant ACLs are composed of alpha and beta chains ().

ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 3

Also known as ATP-citrate synthase alpha chain protein 3 (ATP-citrate synthase A-3) (ATP-citrate lyase A-3) (Citrate cleavage enzyme A-3).
ATP citrate-lyase is the primary enzyme responsible for the synthesis of cytosolic acetyl-CoA, used for the elongation of fatty acids and biosynthesis of isoprenoids, flavonoids and malonated derivatives. May supply substrate to the cytosolic acetyl-CoA carboxylase, which generates the malonyl-CoA used for the synthesis of a multitude of compounds, including very long chain fatty acids and flavonoids. In contrast to all known animal ACL enzymes having a homomeric structure, plant ACLs are composed of alpha and beta chains ().
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