Molecular cloning and characterization of a Peroxiredoxin cDNA from cell cultures of sweetpotato = 고구마 배양세포에서 Peroxiredoxin cDNA의 분리 및 발현특성
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- Molecular cloning and characterization of a Peroxiredoxin cDNA from cell cultures of sweetpotato = 고구마 배양세포에서 Peroxiredoxin cDNA의 분리 및 발현특성
- Soo Young Park; Sun Hwa Ryu; Suk Yoon Kwon; J G Kim; Sang Soo Kwak
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- Korean Journal of Plant Biotechnology (Tissue Culture), vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 135-141
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- Peroxiredoxin(Pix) are large family of peroxidases that reduce alkyl hydroperoxides and hydrogen peroxide. A cDNA clone (referred to as swPrxl) encoding Pix was from a sweetpotato cDNA library constructed from suspension-sultured cells, and its expression was investigated in terms of stress. The swPrxl contained an open reading frame (ORF) encoding mature protein of 193 amino acids with calculated molecular mass of 20.8kDa. The predicted amino acid sequence of swPrxl has two conserved cysteines that are essential resicues for the reduction of peroxides. It showed high amino acid sequence homology ot PixIIF of Arabidopsis (77%) and putative Prx of rice(72%). RNA gel-blot analysis showed that swPrxl gene was expressed dominantly in leave among intact tissues, and also highly detect in suspension-cultured cells. Interestingly, the level of swPrxl transcripts was almost the same regardless of the growth stage in suspension culture. Furthermore, the transcription level of swPrxl gene was not significantly changed in response to various stress treatments such as wounding, extreme temperature and stress-related chemicals RT-PCR analyses.
- cultured cells; environmental stress; ipomoea batatas; peroxidase; peroxiredoxin
- South Korea
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