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Length: 4309  
Chromosome Location: Chr5: 1702640-1706948
Organism . Short Name: A. thaliana
TAIR Computational Description: Cytochrome P450 superfamily protein;(source:Araport11)
TAIR Curator Summary: Encodes a member of the CP90A family, a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase which converts 6-deoxocathasterone to 6-deoxoteasterone in the late C6 oxidation pathway and cathasterone to teasterone in the early C6 oxidation pathway of brassinolide biosynthesis. Expressed in cotyledons and leaves. Mutants display de-etiolation and derepression of light-induced genes in the dark, dwarfism, male sterility and activation of stress-regulated genes in the light. The expression of the gene using a CPD promoter:LUC fusion construct was shown to be under circadian and light control. Additionally, the circadian regulation was shown to be independent of BR levels as it remains unchanged in bri1 mutant lines. CPD appears to be involved in the autonomous pathway that regulates the transition to flowering, primarily through a BRI1-mediated signaling pathway that affects FLC expression levels, as uncovered by double mutant analyses.
TAIR Short Description: Cytochrome P450 superfamily protein
TAIR Aliases: CBB3, CPD, CYP90, CYP90A, CYP90A1, DWF3