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John Cornell Clayton

TitleProf,Clin Asoc
InstitutionUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
DepartmentDevelopmental Sciences
Address1201 N Stonewall Ave
Oklahoma City OK 73117-1214
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    1. Holmberg N, Harker M, Wallace AD, Clayton JC, Gibbard CL, Safford R. Co-expression of N-terminal truncated 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl CoA reductase and C24-sterol methyltransferase type 1 in transgenic tobacco enhances carbon flux towards end-product sterols. Plant J. 2003 Oct; 36(1):12-20. PMID: 12974807.
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    2. Harker M, Holmberg N, Clayton JC, Gibbard CL, Wallace AD, Rawlins S, Hellyer SA, Lanot A, Safford R. Enhancement of seed phytosterol levels by expression of an N-terminal truncated Hevea brasiliensis (rubber tree) 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-CoA reductase. Plant Biotechnol J. 2003 Mar; 1(2):113-21. PMID: 17147748.
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    3. Harker M, Hellyer A, Clayton JC, Duvoix A, Lanot A, Safford R. Co-ordinate regulation of sterol biosynthesis enzyme activity during accumulation of sterols in developing rape and tobacco seed. Planta. 2003 Feb; 216(4):707-15. PMID: 12569414.
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    4. Holmberg N, Harker M, Gibbard CL, Wallace AD, Clayton JC, Rawlins S, Hellyer A, Safford R. Sterol C-24 methyltransferase type 1 controls the flux of carbon into sterol biosynthesis in tobacco seed. Plant Physiol. 2002 Sep; 130(1):303-11. PMID: 12226510; PMCID: PMC166563.
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