Antisense repression reveals a crucial role of the plastidic 2-oxoglutarate/malate translocator DiT1 at the interface between carbon and nitrogen metabolism

Jörg Schneidereit, Rainer E. Häusler, Gabi Fiene, Werner M. Kaiser, Andreas P.M. Weber*

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