•ADC2 and ARGAH2 are localized to the chloroplast ADC2 and ARGAH genes enable putrescine synthesis in yeast mutants HPLC analysis shows that mixtures of ADC and ARGAH2 synthesize putrescine from arginine.•Agmatinase (ARGAH2) has a higher affinity for agmatine than Agmatine iminohydrolase (AIH) All ARGAH enzymes have arginase and agmatinase activity.•Michaelis–Menten parameters were calculated using a non-linear regression method and expressed as mean ± SE with GraphPad Prism software (http://www.graphpad.com/prism/Prism.htm).
Plant Science – Elsevier
Published: Sep 1, 2017
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