Ian Max Møller

ROS signalling – Specificity is required

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  • Ian Max Møller
  • Lee J Sweetlove, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford, Storbritannien
The production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) increases in plants under stress. ROS can damage cellular components, but they can also act in signal transduction to help the cell counteract the oxidative damage in the stressed compartment. H2O2 may induce a general stress response, but it does not have the required specificity to selectively regulate nuclear genes required for dealing with localized stress, e.g., in chloroplasts or mitochondria. We here argue that peptides deriving from proteolytic breakdown of oxidatively damaged proteins have the requisite specificity to act as secondary ROS messengers and regulate source-specific genes and in this way contribute to retrograde ROS signalling during oxidative stress.
(This is a new project funded by FNU)
References:
Møller, I.M. & Sweetlove, L.J. 2010. ROS signalling – Specificity is required. Trends Plant Sci. 15: 370-374
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPlant Biotech Denmark Annual Meeting 2011
Antal sider1
Udgivelsesårmar. 2011
Sider64
StatusUdgivet - mar. 2011
BegivenhedPlant Biotech Denmark Annual Meeting 2011 - København, Danmark
Varighed: 3 mar. 20114 mar. 2011

Konference

KonferencePlant Biotech Denmark Annual Meeting 2011
LandDanmark
ByKøbenhavn
Periode03/03/201104/03/2011

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