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S-nitrosylation in plants - spectrum and selectivity.
In: Nitric Oxide in Plant Growth, Development and Stress Physiology. Berlin: Springer, 2007. 53-71 (Plant Cell Monographs ; 5)
Nitric oxide (NO) has become recognized as a key signaling molecule in plants over the last few years, but still little is known about the way in which NO regulates different events in plants. Analyses of NO-dependent processes in animal systems have demonstrated protein S-nitrosylation - the covalent attachment of NO to the sulfhydryl group of cysteine residues - to be one of the dominant regulation mechanisms for many animal proteins. This reversible protein modification is an important posttranslational, redox-based regulation mechanism for many proteins of different classes in animals. For plants, however, the importance of protein S-nitrosylation remained to be elucidated. This chapter will discuss the chemistry of S-nitrosothiol formation and the release of NO from S-nitrosylated cysteine residues, as well as the specificity and regulation of S-nitrosylation. Furthermore, the identification of plant proteins as candidates for this type of protein modification, and the physiological functions of protein S-nitrosylation in plants are described.
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Publikationstyp Artikel: Sammelbandbeitrag/Buchkapitel
Bandtitel Nitric Oxide in Plant Growth, Development and Stress Physiology
Quellenangaben Band: 5, Seiten: 53-71
Reihe Plant Cell Monographs
Institut(e) Institute of Biochemical Plant Pathology (BIOP)