Comparative metabolomics combined with genome sequencing provides insights into novel wolfberry-specific metabolites and their formation mechanisms. Long, Q., Zhang, C., Zhu, H., Zhou, Y., Liu, S., Liu, Y., Ma, X., An, W., Zhou, J., Zhao, J., Zhang, Y., & Jin, C. Frontiers in Plant Science, April, 2024. Publisher: Frontiers
Comparative metabolomics combined with genome sequencing provides insights into novel wolfberry-specific metabolites and their formation mechanisms [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
\textlessp\textgreaterWolfberry (\textlessitalic\textgreaterLycium\textless/italic\textgreater, of the family Solanaceae) has special nutritional benefits due to its valuable metabolites. Here, 16 wolfberry-specific metabolites were identified by comparing the metabolome of wolfberry with those of six species, including maize, rice, wheat, soybean, tomato and grape. The copy numbers of the riboflavin and phenyllactate degradation genes \textlessitalic\textgreaterriboflavin kinase\textless/italic\textgreater (\textlessitalic\textgreaterRFK\textless/italic\textgreater) and \textlessitalic\textgreaterphenyllactate UDP-glycosyltransferase\textless/italic\textgreater (\textlessitalic\textgreaterUGT1\textless/italic\textgreater) were lower in wolfberry than in other species, while the copy number of the phenyllactate synthesis gene \textlessitalic\textgreaterhydroxyphenyl-pyruvate reductase\textless/italic\textgreater (\textlessitalic\textgreaterHPPR\textless/italic\textgreater) was higher in wolfberry, suggesting that the copy number variation of these genes among species may be the main reason for the specific accumulation of riboflavin and phenyllactate in wolfberry. Moreover, the metabolome-based neighbor-joining tree revealed distinct clustering of monocots and dicots, suggesting that metabolites could reflect the evolutionary relationship among those species. Taken together, we identified 16 specific metabolites in wolfberry and provided new insight into the accumulation mechanism of species-specific metabolites at the genomic level.\textless/p\textgreater
@article{long_comparative_2024,
	title = {Comparative metabolomics combined with genome sequencing provides insights into novel wolfberry-specific metabolites and their formation mechanisms},
	volume = {15},
	issn = {1664-462X},
	url = {https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/plant-science/articles/10.3389/fpls.2024.1392175/full},
	doi = {10.3389/fpls.2024.1392175},
	abstract = {{\textless}p{\textgreater}Wolfberry ({\textless}italic{\textgreater}Lycium{\textless}/italic{\textgreater}, of the family Solanaceae) has special nutritional benefits due to its valuable metabolites. Here, 16 wolfberry-specific metabolites were identified by comparing the metabolome of wolfberry with those of six species, including maize, rice, wheat, soybean, tomato and grape. The copy numbers of the riboflavin and phenyllactate degradation genes {\textless}italic{\textgreater}riboflavin kinase{\textless}/italic{\textgreater} ({\textless}italic{\textgreater}RFK{\textless}/italic{\textgreater}) and {\textless}italic{\textgreater}phenyllactate UDP-glycosyltransferase{\textless}/italic{\textgreater} ({\textless}italic{\textgreater}UGT1{\textless}/italic{\textgreater}) were lower in wolfberry than in other species, while the copy number of the phenyllactate synthesis gene {\textless}italic{\textgreater}hydroxyphenyl-pyruvate reductase{\textless}/italic{\textgreater} ({\textless}italic{\textgreater}HPPR{\textless}/italic{\textgreater}) was higher in wolfberry, suggesting that the copy number variation of these genes among species may be the main reason for the specific accumulation of riboflavin and phenyllactate in wolfberry. Moreover, the metabolome-based neighbor-joining tree revealed distinct clustering of monocots and dicots, suggesting that metabolites could reflect the evolutionary relationship among those species. Taken together, we identified 16 specific metabolites in wolfberry and provided new insight into the accumulation mechanism of species-specific metabolites at the genomic level.{\textless}/p{\textgreater}},
	language = {English},
	urldate = {2024-05-17},
	journal = {Frontiers in Plant Science},
	author = {Long, Qiyuan and Zhang, Changjian and Zhu, Hui and Zhou, Yutong and Liu, Shuo and Liu, Yanchen and Ma, Xuemin and An, Wei and Zhou, Jun and Zhao, Jianhua and Zhang, Yuanyuan and Jin, Cheng},
	month = apr,
	year = {2024},
	note = {Publisher: Frontiers},
	keywords = {Metabolome, Riboflavin, copy number variation, nutrition, phenyllactate},
}

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