PMID: 5908633Feb 1, 1966

On the ability of Taphrina deformans to produce indoleacetic acid from tryptophan by way of tryptamine

Plant Physiology
J E Perley, B B Stowe

Abstract

The metabolism of tryptophan by Taphrina deformans has been studied to confirm the reported ability of this organism to produce tryptamine. Such amine production was not observed, despite use of amine oxidase inhibitors at levels which should have resulted in the accumulation of tryptamine in the medium. It has been shown that the metabolites of tryptophan include indolepyruvic acid, indolelactic acid, tryptophol, and indoleacetic acid, and that the original report of tryptamine production must be reevaluated in light of the extraction procedures employed.

References

Nov 1, 1958·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·J M KAPER, H VELDSTRA
Oct 1, 1964·Journal of Chromatography·J B OBREITER, B B STOWE

Citations

Nov 19, 2010·Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology·Stijn Spaepen, Jos Vanderleyden
Aug 1, 1967·Plant Physiology·B P Lantican, R M Muir
Oct 6, 2015·Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology·Ruth Le FevreSebastian Schornack
May 19, 2007·FEMS Microbiology Reviews·Stijn SpaepenRoseline Remans
Feb 2, 2018·International Journal of Molecular Sciences·Mengsha LiJun Wu
Jul 1, 2020·Phytopathology·Anna StaskoAnne Elizabeth Dorrance

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