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    1. Seregin, IV; Ivanov, VB
      Physiological aspects of cadmium and lead toxic effects on higher plants

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Perez-Rama, M; Lopez, CH; Alonso, JA; Vaamonde, ET
      Class III metallothioneins in response to cadmium toxicity in the marine microalga Tetraselmis suecica (Kylin) Butch

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Hu, SX; Lau, KWK; Wu, M
      Cadmium sequestration in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

      PLANT SCIENCE
    4. Wu, SX; Zu, YG; Wu, M
      Cadmium response of the hairy root culture of the endangered species Adenophora lobophylla

      PLANT SCIENCE
    5. Satofuka, H; Fukui, T; Takagi, M; Atomi, H; Imanaka, T
      Metal-binding properties of phytochelatin-related peptides

      JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Morelli, E; Scarano, G
      Synthesis and stability of phytochelatins induced by cadmium and lead in the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    7. Oven, M; Raith, K; Neubert, RHH; Kutchan, TM; Zenk, MH
      Homo-phytochelatins are synthesized in response to cadmium in Azuki beans

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Cazale, AC; Clemens, S
      Arabidopsis thaliana expresses a second functional phytochelatin synthase

      FEBS LETTERS
    9. Clemens, S; Schroeder, JI; Degenkolb, T
      Caenorhabditis elegans expresses a functional phytochelatin synthase

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Yoshimura, E; Kobayashi, R; Furihata, K; Kajiwara, H; Yamazaki, S
      H-1 and C-13 NMR spectral assignment of phytochelatin

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN CHEMISTRY
    11. Rao, KVM; Sresty, TVS
      Antioxidative parameters in the seedlings of pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.)Millspaugh) in response to Zn and Ni stresses

      PLANT SCIENCE
    12. Kim, YO; Takeuchi, F; Hara, M; Kuboi, T
      Characterization of cadmium-tolerant carrot cells in response to cadmium stress

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    13. Nakazawa, R; Ikawa, M; Yasuda, K; Takenaga, H
      Synergistic inhibition of the growth of suspension cultured tobacco cells by simultaneous treatment with cadmium and arsenic in relation to phytochelatin synthesis

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    14. Inouhe, M; Ito, R; Ito, S; Sasada, N; Tohoyama, H; Joho, M
      Azuki bean cells are hypersensitive to cadmium and do not synthesize phytochelatins

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Arisi, ACM; Mocquot, B; Lagriffoul, A; Mench, M; Foyer, CH; Jouanin, L
      Responses to cadmium in leaves of transformed poplars overexpressing gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    16. Tang, DG; Hung, CC; Warnken, KW; Santschi, PH
      The distribution of biogenic thiols in surface waters of Galveston Bay

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    17. Sneller, FEC; van Heerwaarden, LM; Koevoets, PLM; Vooijs, R; Schat, H; Verkleij, JAC
      Derivatization of phytochelatins from Silene vulgaris, induced upon exposure to arsenate and cadmium: Comparison of derivatization with Ellman's reagent and monobromobimane

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    18. De Marco, A; De Simone, C; D'Ambrosio, C; Owczarek, M
      Buthionine sulfoximine prevents the reduction of the genotoxic activity ofmaleic hydrazide by soil humic substances in Vicia faba seedlings

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    19. Ha, SB; Smith, AP; Howden, R; Dietrich, WM; Bugg, S; O'Connell, MJ; Goldsbrough, PB; Cobbett, CS
      Phytochelatin synthase genes from arabidopsis and the yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe

      PLANT CELL
    20. Pickering, IJ; Prince, RC; George, GN; Rauser, WE; Wickramasinghe, WA; Watson, AA; Dameron, CT; Dance, IG; Fairlie, DP; Salt, DE
      X-ray absorption spectroscopy of cadmium phytochelatin and model systems

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    21. Heiss, S; Schafer, HJ; Haag-Kerwer, A; Rausch, T
      Cloning sulfur assimilation genes of Brassica juncea L.: cadmium differentially affects the expression of a putative low-affinity sulfate transporterand isoforms of ATP sulfurylase and APS reductase

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Wojcik, M; Tukendorf, A
      Cd-tolerance of maize, rye and wheat seedlings

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    23. di Toppi, LS; Gabbrielli, R
      Response to cadmium in higher plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    24. Sresty, TVS; Rao, KVM
      Ultrastructural alterations in response to zinc and nickel stress in the root cells of pigeonpea

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    25. Chardonnens, AN; Koevoets, PLM; van Zanten, A; Schat, H; Verkleij, JAC
      Properties of enhanced tonoplast zinc transport in naturally selected zinc-tolerant Silene vulgaris

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Zhu, YL; Pilon-Smits, EAH; Jouanin, L; Terry, N
      Overexpression of glutathione synthetase in Indian mustard enhances cadmium accumulation and tolerance

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Sneller, FEC; Van Heerwaarden, LM; Kraaijeveld-Smit, FJL; Ten Bookum, WM; Koevoets, PLM; Schat, H; Verkleij, JAC
      Toxicity of arsenate in Silene vulgaris, accumulation and degradation of arsenate-induced phytochelatins

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    28. Vatamaniuk, OK; Mari, S; Lu, YP; Rea, PA
      AtPCS1, a phytochelatin synthase from Arabidopsis: Isolation and in vitro reconstitution

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    29. HU SX; WU M
      CADMIUM SEQUESTRATION IN THE MARINE MACROALGA KAPPAPHYCUS-ALVAREZII

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    30. SALT DE; SMITH RD; RASKIN I
      PHYTOREMEDIATION

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    31. SCARANO G; MORELLI E
      POLAROGRAPHIC-BEHAVIOR OF METAL PHYTOCHELATIN COMPLEXES

      Electroanalysis
    32. SKOWRONSKI T; DEKNECHT JA; SIMONS J; VERKLEIJ JAC
      PHYTOCHELATIN SYNTHESIS IN RESPONSE TO CADMIUM UPTAKE IN VAUCHERIA (XANTHOPHYCEAE)

      European journal of phycology
    33. DITOPPI LS; LAMBARDI M; PAZZAGLI L; CAPPUGI G; DURANTE M; GABBRIELLI R
      RESPONSE TO CADMIUM IN CARROT IN-VITRO PLANTS AND CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES

      PLANT SCIENCE
    34. MASERTI BE; WALKER M; COLLINA F; CALTAVUTURO L
      PRELIMINARY-RESULTS ON CADMIUM AND MERCURY TOLERANCE MECHANISMS IN NICOTIANA SP

      Science of the total environment
    35. GUPTA M; TRIPATHI RD; RAI UN; CHANDRA P
      ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE AND PHYTOCHELATIN IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (LF) ROYLE AND VALLISNERIA-SPIRALIS L. UNDER MERCURY STRESS

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    36. Friederich, M; Kneer, R; Zenk, MH
      Enzymic synthesis of phytochelatins in gram quantities

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    37. McMahon, PJ; Anderson, JW
      Preferential allocation of sulphur into gamma-glutamylcysteinyl peptides in wheat plants grown at low sulphur nutrition in the presence of cadmium

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    38. NOCTOR G; ARISI ACM; JOUANIN L; KUNERT KJ; RENNENBERG H; FOYER CH
      GLUTATHIONE - BIOSYNTHESIS, METABOLISM AND RELATIONSHIP TO STRESS TOLERANCE EXPLORED IN TRANSFORMED PLANTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    39. El-Aref, HM; Hamada, AM
      Genotypic differences and alterations of protein patterns of tomato explants under copper stress

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    40. JOHNSON FM
      THE GENETIC-EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LEAD

      Mutation research-reviews in mutation research
    41. TUKENDORF A; SKORZYNSKAPOLIT E; BASZYNSKI T
      HOMOPHYTOCHELATIN ACCUMULATION IN CD-TREATED RUNNER BEAN-PLANTS IS RELATED TO THEIR GROWTH STAGE

      PLANT SCIENCE
    42. TORRES E; CID A; FIDALGO P; HERRERO C; ABALDE J
      LONG-CHAIN CLASS-III METALLOTHIONEINS AS A MECHANISM OF CADMIUM TOLERANCE IN THE MARINE DIATOM PHAEODACTYLUM-TRICORNUTUM BOHLIN

      Aquatic toxicology
    43. SINGH RP; TRIPATHI RD; SINHA SK; MAHESHWARI R; SRIVASTAVA HS
      RESPONSE OF HIGHER-PLANTS TO LEAD CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENT

      Chemosphere
    44. KNEER R; ZENK MH
      THE FORMATION OF CD-PHYTOCHELATIN COMPLEXES IN PLANT-CELL CULTURES

      Phytochemistry
    45. PEREGO P; VANDEWEGHE J; OW DW; HOWELL SB
      ROLE OF DETERMINANTS OF CADMIUM SENSITIVITY IN THE TOLERANCE OF SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE TO CISPLATIN

      Molecular pharmacology
    46. MIERSCH J; BARLOCHER F; BRUNS I; KRAUSS GJ
      EFFECTS OF CADMIUM, COPPER, AND ZINC ON GROWTH AND THIOL CONTENT OF AQUATIC HYPHOMYCETES

      Hydrobiologia
    47. MORELLI E; PRATESI E
      PRODUCTION OF PHYTOCHELATINS IN THE MARINE DIATOM PHAEODACTYLUM-TRICORNUTUM IN RESPONSE TO COPPER AND CADMIUM EXPOSURE

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    48. CHOI HR; HWANG ID; LEE SH; KWON YM
      PHYTOCHELATINS IN CADMIUM-TREATED SEEDLINGS OF CANAVALIA-LINEATA

      Molecules and cells
    49. IMAI K; OBATA H; SHIMIZU K; KOMIYA T
      CONVERSION OF GLUTATHIONE INTO CADYSTINS AND THEIR ANALOGS CATALYZED BY CARBOXYPEPTIDASE-Y

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    50. GALLI U; SCHUEPP H; BRUNOLD C
      THIOLS IN CADMIUM-TREATED AND COPPER-TREATED MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Planta
    51. HILL KL; HASSETT R; KOSMAN D; MERCHANT S
      REGULATED COPPER UPTAKE IN CHLAMYDOMONAS-REINHARDTII IN RESPONSE TO COPPER AVAILABILITY

      Plant physiology
    52. LEE JG; AHNER BA; MOREL FMM
      EXPORT OF CADMIUM AND PHYTOCHELATIN BY THE MARINE DIATOM THALASSIOSIRA-WEISSFLOGII

      Environmental science & technology
    53. TRIPATHI RD; RAI UN; GUPTA M; CHANDRA P
      INDUCTION OF PHYTOCHELATINS IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (LF) ROYLE UNDERCADMIUM STRESS

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    54. LESHEM YY; KUIPER PJC
      IS THERE A GAS (GENERAL ADAPTATION SYNDROME) RESPONSE TO VARIOUS TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL-STRESS

      Biologia plantarum
    55. SCARANO G; MORELLI E
      DETERMINATION OF PHYTOCHELATINS BY CATHODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY IN THE PRESENCE OF COPPER(II)

      Analytica chimica acta
    56. RAI UN; TRIPATHI RD; GUPTA M; CHANDRA P
      INDUCTION OF PHYTOCHELATINS UNDER CADMIUM STRESS IN WATER LETTUCE (PISTIA-STRATIOTES L)

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    57. MEUWLY P; THIBAULT P; SCHWAN AL; RAUSER WE
      3 FAMILIES OF THIOL PEPTIDES ARE INDUCED BY CADMIUM IN MAIZE

      Plant journal
    58. LOTH FG; HOFNER W
      INFLUENCE OF SEWAGE-SLUDGE TREATED SOILS ON THE INFECTIVITY OF VA-MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ISOLATES IN DIFFERENT PLANTS

      Agribiological research
    59. KAZMIERSKI WM
      EFFICIENT SYNTHESIS OF METAL-BINDING PEPTIDES INCORPORATING AMINODIACETIC ACID-BASED LIGANDS

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    60. MEHRA RK; MULCHANDANI P
      GLUTATHIONE-MEDIATED TRANSFER OF CU(I) INTO PHYTOCHELATINS

      Biochemical journal
    61. KUBOTA H; SATO K; YAMADA T; MAITANI T
      PHYTOCHELATINS (CLASS-III METALLOTHIONEINS) AND THEIR DESGLYCYL PEPTIDES INDUCED BY CADMIUM IN NORMAL ROOT CULTURES OF RUBIA-TINCTORUM L

      PLANT SCIENCE
    62. CHEN SL; KAO CH
      GLUTATHIONE REDUCES THE INHIBITION OF RICE SEEDLING ROOT-GROWTH CAUSED BY CADMIUM

      Plant growth regulation
    63. PRASAD MNV
      CADMIUM TOXICITY AND TOLERANCE IN VASCULAR PLANTS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    64. GUPTA M; RAI UN; TRIPATHI RD; CHANDRA P
      LEAD-INDUCED CHANGES IN GLUTATHIONE AND PHYTOCHELATIN IN HYDRILLA-VERTICILLATA (IF) ROYLE

      Chemosphere
    65. VANVLIET C; ANDERSON CR; COBBETT CS
      COPPER-SENSITIVE MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Plant physiology
    66. MURPHY A; TAIZ L
      COMPARISON OF METALLOTHIONEIN GENE-EXPRESSION AND NONPROTEIN THIOLS IN 10 ARABIDOPSIS ECOTYPES - CORRELATION WITH COPPER TOLERANCE

      Plant physiology
    67. CHOI SY; BAEK EM; LEE SY
      A CDNA DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED BY CADMIUM STRESS IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Plant physiology
    68. HOWDEN R; GOLDSBROUGH PB; ANDERSEN CR; COBBETT CS
      CADMIUM-SENSITIVE, CAD1 MUTANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA ARE PHYTOCHELATIN DEFICIENT

      Plant physiology
    69. HOWDEN R; ANDERSEN CR; GOLDSBROUGH PB; COBBETT CS
      A CADMIUM-SENSITIVE, GLUTATHIONE-DEFICIENT MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Plant physiology
    70. KLAPHECK S; SCHLUNZ S; BERGMANN L
      SYNTHESIS OF PHYTOCHELATINS AND HOMO-PHYTOCHELATINS IN PISUM-SATIVUM L

      Plant physiology
    71. MEHRA RK; KODATI VR; ABDULLAH R
      CHAIN LENGTH-DEPENDENT PB(II)-COORDINATION IN PHYTOCHELATINS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    72. BROCKMAN AH; ORLANDO R
      PROBE IMMOBILIZED AFFINITY-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Analytical chemistry
    73. ZHOU JM; GOLDSBROUGH PB
      FUNCTIONAL HOMOLOGS OF FUNGAL METALLOTHIONEIN GENES FROM ARABIDOPSIS

      The Plant cell
    74. MALLICK N; PANDEY S; RAI LC
      INVOLVEMENT OF A CADMIUM-INDUCED LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT PROTEIN IN REGULATING CADMIUM TOXICITY IN THE DIAZOTROPHIC CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA-DOLIOLUM

      BioMetals
    75. UOTILA M; AIOUB AAA; GULLNER G; KOMIVES T; BRUNOLD C
      INDUCTION OF GLUTATHIONE TRANSFERASE-ACTIVITY IN WHEAT AND PEA-SEEDLINGS BY CADMIUM

      Acta biologica Hungarica
    76. CHEN JJ; GOLDSBROUGH PB
      INCREASED ACTIVITY OF GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINE SYNTHETASE IN TOMATO CELLS SELECTED FOR CADMIUM TOLERANCE

      Plant physiology
    77. PATRA J; LENKA M; PANDA BB
      TOLERANCE AND CO-TOLERANCE OF THE GRASS CHLORIS-BARBATA SW TO MERCURY, CADMIUM AND ZINC

      New phytologist
    78. BRUNE A; URBACH W; DIETZ KJ
      ZINC STRESS INDUCES CHANGES IN APOPLASMIC PROTEIN-CONTENT AND POLYPEPTIDE COMPOSITION OF BARLEY PRIMARY LEAVES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    79. MESSERSCHMIDT J; ALT F; TOLG G
      PLATINUM SPECIES ANALYSIS IN PLANT-MATERIAL BY GEL-PERMEATION CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Analytica chimica acta
    80. OW DW
      PHYTOCHELATIN-MEDIATED CADMIUM TOLERANCE IN SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Plant
    81. CHEN ZP; HEMMASI B
      SYNTHESIS OF PHYTOCHELATINS BY THE CONTINUOUS-FLOW SOLID-PHASE PROCEDURE

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    82. FUJITA Y; ELBELBASI HI; MIN KS; ONOSAKA S; OKADA Y; MATSUMOTO Y; MUTOH N; TANAKA K
      FATE OF CADMIUM BOUND TO PHYTOCHELATIN IN RATS

      Research communications in chemical pathology and pharmacology
    83. FONTES RLF; COX FR
      ZINC-BINDING PEPTIDES AS A FUNCTION OF ZN AND S IN SOYBEANS

      Plant and soil
    84. AGRAWAL SB; CHAUDHARY BR
      MERCURY-INDUCED CHANGES IN GLUTATHIONE CONTENT OF A GREEN-ALGA, COSMARIUM-CONSPERSUM

      Microbios
    85. MEUWLY P; THIBAULT P; RAUSER WE
      GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINYLGLUTAMIC ACID - A NEW HOMOLOG OF GLUTATHIONE IN MAIZE SEEDLINGS EXPOSED TO CADMIUM

      FEBS letters
    86. JUANG RH; MCCUE KF; OW DW
      2 PURINE BIOSYNTHETIC-ENZYMES THAT ARE REQUIRED FOR CADMIUM TOLERANCEIN SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE UTILIZE CYSTEINE SULFINATE IN-VITRO

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    87. ADAMS DO; LIYANAGE C
      GLUTATHIONE INCREASES IN GRAPE BERRIES AT THE ONSET OF RIPENING

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    88. DEVOS CHR; VONK MJ; VOOIJS R; SCHAT H
      GLUTATHIONE DEPLETION DUE TO COPPER-INDUCED PHYTOCHELATIN SYNTHESIS CAUSES OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SILENE-CUCUBALUS

      Plant physiology


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