Recombinant DNA Sequences Encoding Phospholipase

Reference Number: 94-28

Inventor: Xuemin Wang

Background

Substantially isolated and purified eukaryotic nucleotide sequences encoding for plant phospholipases (e.g. phospholipase D) are disclosed which can be inserted into an expression vector and used for the recombinant expression of substantially purified phospholipases. An exemplary phosholipase D DNA clone contains a 2424-bp open reading frame encompassing 808 amino acids.

Patent Status
  • U.S. Patent # 5,670,366 issued September 23, 1997

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