AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol

Luo J, Butelli E, Hill L, Parr A, Niggeweg R, Bailey P, Weisshaar B, Martin C (2008)
The Plant Journal 56(2): 316-326.

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Luo J, Butelli E, Hill L, et al. AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. The Plant Journal. 2008;56(2):316-326.
Luo, J., Butelli, E., Hill, L., Parr, A., Niggeweg, R., Bailey, P., Weisshaar, B., et al. (2008). AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. The Plant Journal, 56(2), 316-326.
Luo, J., Butelli, E., Hill, L., Parr, A., Niggeweg, R., Bailey, P., Weisshaar, B., and Martin, C. (2008). AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. The Plant Journal 56, 316-326.
Luo, J., et al., 2008. AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. The Plant Journal, 56(2), p 316-326.
J. Luo, et al., “AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol”, The Plant Journal, vol. 56, 2008, pp. 316-326.
Luo, J., Butelli, E., Hill, L., Parr, A., Niggeweg, R., Bailey, P., Weisshaar, B., Martin, C.: AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. The Plant Journal. 56, 316-326 (2008).
Luo, Jie, Butelli, Eugenio, Hill, Lionel, Parr, Adrian, Niggeweg, Ricarda, Bailey, Paul, Weisshaar, Bernd, and Martin, Cathie. “AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol”. The Plant Journal 56.2 (2008): 316-326.
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