Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide

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Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide. / Gupta, Kapuganti J; Hebelstrup, Kim; Mur, Luis A J; Igamberdiev, Abir U.

I: F E B S Letters, Bind 585, Nr. 24, 15.12.2011, s. 3843-3849.

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Gupta, Kapuganti J ; Hebelstrup, Kim ; Mur, Luis A J ; Igamberdiev, Abir U. / Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide. I: F E B S Letters. 2011 ; Bind 585, Nr. 24. s. 3843-3849.

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title = "Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide",
abstract = "Plant hemoglobins constitute a diverse group of hemeproteins and evolutionarily belong to three different classes. Class 1 hemoglobins possess an extremely high affinity to oxygen and their main function consists in scavenging of nitric oxide (NO) at very low oxygen levels. Class 2 hemoglobins have a lower oxygen affinity and they facilitate oxygen supply to developing tissues. Symbiotic hemoglobins in nodules have mostly evolved from class 2 hemoglobins. Class 3 hemoglobins are truncated and represent a clade with a very low similarity to class 1 and 2 hemoglobins. They may regulate oxygen delivery at high O2 concentrations. Depending on their physical properties, hemoglobins belong either to hexacoordinate non-symbiotic or pentacoordinate symbiotic groups. Plant hemoglobins are plausible targets for improving resistance to multiple stresses.",
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T1 - Plant hemoglobins: Important players at the crossroads between oxygen and nitric oxide

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AB - Plant hemoglobins constitute a diverse group of hemeproteins and evolutionarily belong to three different classes. Class 1 hemoglobins possess an extremely high affinity to oxygen and their main function consists in scavenging of nitric oxide (NO) at very low oxygen levels. Class 2 hemoglobins have a lower oxygen affinity and they facilitate oxygen supply to developing tissues. Symbiotic hemoglobins in nodules have mostly evolved from class 2 hemoglobins. Class 3 hemoglobins are truncated and represent a clade with a very low similarity to class 1 and 2 hemoglobins. They may regulate oxygen delivery at high O2 concentrations. Depending on their physical properties, hemoglobins belong either to hexacoordinate non-symbiotic or pentacoordinate symbiotic groups. Plant hemoglobins are plausible targets for improving resistance to multiple stresses.

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KW - Hemoglobin

KW - Nitric oxide

KW - Nitrogen fixation

KW - Oxygen availability

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