• Yuan H, Chen J, Yang Y, Shen C, Xu D, Wang J, Yan D, He Y, Zheng B. (2019) Quantitative succinyl-proteome profiling of Chinese hickory (Carya cathayensis) during the grafting process. BMC Plant Biology 19(1), 467.

Chinese hickory (Carya cathayensis) is a popular nut plant having high economic value. Grafting is applied to accelerate the transition from vegetative phase to reproductive phase. Lysine succinylation occurs frequently in the proteins associated with metabolic pathways, which may participate in the regulation of the grafting process. However, the exact regulatory mechanism underlying grafting process in Chinese hickory has not been studied at post-translational modification level.

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