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ISSN 0264-6021
EISSN 1470-8728
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Review Articles

Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1559–1577.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1603–1618.

Research Articles

Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1579–1590.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1591–1602.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1619–1631.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1633–1651.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1653–1668.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1669–1687.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1689–1703.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1705–1725.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1727–1739.
Biochemical Journal (15 May 2017) 474 (10): 1741–1754.
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    Two isochorismate synthase enzymes, AtICS1 and AtICS2, are required for salicylic acid biosynthesis in Arabdopsis thaliana. This image shows the expression of AtICS1 (top) and AtICS2 (bottom) promoter-β-glucuronidase reporter gene constructs in mock inoculated (left) and cucumber mosaic virus infected (right) plants. AtICS1 is required for salicylic acid biosynthesis during host defense and has constitutive expression throughout the leaf that is induced by CMV infection. Constitutive expression of AtICS2 however, is confi ned to the vasculature and hydathodes and is unaffected by CMV infection. In this issue of the Biochemical Journal, Macaulay et al. (pages 1579–1590) explore the biochemical properties of the enzymes

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