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Transcript profiling of two potato cultivars during glycoalkaloid-inducing treatments shows differential expression of genes in sterol and glycoalkaloid metabolism (2017) Nahar N, Westerberg E, Arif U, Huchelmann A, Olarte Guasca A, Beste L, Dalman K, Dutta P, Jonsson L, Sitbon F. Scientific Reports, srep43268

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Arnqvist, L., Dutta, P., Jonsson, L., Sitbon, F. 2003. Reduction of glycoalkloid levels in transgenic potato plants by overexpression of a type-1 sterol methyltransferase cDNA. Plant Physiology 131:1792-1799

Arnqvist, L., Persson, M., Jonsson, L., Dutta, P., Sitbon, F. 2008. Overexpression of CYP710A1 and CYP710A4 in transgenic Arabidopsis plants increases the level of stigmasterol at the expense of sitosterol. Planta 227:309-317

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Petersson, E.V., Arif, U., Schulzova, V., Krtkovà, V., Hajslovà, J., Meijer, J., Andersson. H. C., Jonsson, L., Sitbon, F. 2013. Glycoalkaloid and calystegine levels in table potato cultivars subjected to wounding, light, and heat treatments. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry DOI: 10.1021/jf400318p