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Metabolic engineering of potato carotenoid content through tuber-specific overexpression of a bacterial mini-pathway
Diretto G, et al. PLoS One 2007. Among authors: Giuliano G. PMID 17406674 Free PMC article.
In these tubers, carotenoids increase approx. 20-fold, to 114 mcg/g dry weight and beta-carotene 3600-fold, to 47 mcg/g dry weight. CONCLUSIONS: This is the highest carotenoid and beta-carotene content reported for biofortified potato as well as for any of the four major staple foods (the next best event being "Golden Rice 2", with 31 mcg/g dry weight beta-carotene). ...
In these tubers, carotenoids increase approx. 20-fold, to 114 mcg/g dry weight and beta-carotene 3600-fold, to 47 mcg/g dry we …
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