Full-length cDNA cloning of flavonol synthase genes of Carthamus tinctorius and construction plant expression vector

Yang, W.-t.; Liu, X.-m.; Wan, Q.; Yao, N.; Wang, N.; Zhang, X.-m.; Jiao, Z.-d.; Li, H.-y.; Li, X.-k.

Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi 40(4): 634-638

2015


ISSN/ISBN: 1001-5302
PMID: 26137682
Accession: 057906441

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Abstract
Flavonol synthase (FLS) is one of the key enzymes in flavonoids metabolic pathways. In this study, middle sequence was obtained from Carthamus tinctorius transcriptome sequencing results. Full-length cDNAs of FLS was cloned from petals of C. tinctorius to FLS by using RT-PCR and RACE technology. Its full-length cDNA was 1,201 bp, with an open reading frame of 1,101 bp and 336 encoded amino acids. The phylogenetic analysis showed that, FLS gene encoded amino acids in C. tinctorius were highly homologous with amino acids in congeneric Compositae species, especially Rudbeckia laciniata. The pBASTA-FLS plant expression vector was successfully built by the molecular biology method, which lays a foundation for further studying biology functions of the gene and biosynthesis mechanism of flavonoids.