These genome and transcriptome sequence data were obtained through government grant funds from the National Science Foundation, United States Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative, Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network-Kentucky IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence, UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, with the following grant numbers:

  • NSF EF-0523661
  • USDA-NRI 2005-35319-16141
  • NIH 2 P20 RR-16481
  • NIH-NIGMS R01GM086888
  • USDA-AFRI 2012-67013-19384
  • Kentucky Science and Technology Co., Inc. KSEF-148-502-09-247
  • BBSRC BBG0204181
  • DFG Tu50/17-1

We request that any publication using the data hosted here cite the following article:

Pan, J. 2014. Ether Bridge Formation and Chemical Diversification in Loline Alkaloid Biosynthesis [Ph.D. Dissertation]. Theses and Dissertations—Plant Pathology. Paper 14.

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