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Nitrated Fatty-Acids Distribution in Storage Biomolecules during Arabidopsis thaliana Development
The non-enzymatic interaction of polyunsaturated fatty acids with nitric oxide (NO) and derived species results in the formation of nitrated fatty acids (NO2-FAs). These signaling molecules can release NO, reversibly esterify with complex lipids, and modulate protein function through the post-translational modification called nitroalkylation. To date, NO2-FAs act as signaling molecules during plant development in plant systems and are involved in defense responses against abiotic stressdoi:10.3390/antiox11101869 fatcat:nzp5fakhn5cf3h6l3bouemeoai