The Semi-Supervised Strategy of Machine Learning on the Gene Family Diversity to Unravel Resveratrol Synthesisopen access
- Song, Jun-Tae; Woo, Dong-U; Lee, Yejin; Choi, Sung-Hoon; Kang, Yang-Jae
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- resveratrol synthesis; machine learning; gene family expansion; synthetic biotechnology
- PLANTS-BASEL, v.10, no.10
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- Resveratrol is a phytochemical with medicinal benefits, being well-known for its presence in wine. Plants develop resveratrol in response to stresses such as pathogen infection, UV radiation, and other mechanical stress. The recent publications of genomic sequences of resveratrol-producing plants such as grape, peanut, and eucalyptus can expand our molecular understanding of resveratrol synthesis. Based on a gene family count matrix of Viridiplantae members, we uncovered important gene families that are common in resveratrol-producing plants. These gene families could be prospective candidates for improving the efficiency of synthetic biotechnology-based artificial resveratrol manufacturing.
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