Gpx3-dependent responses against oxidative stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae = 효모에서 산화적스트레스에 대한 Gpx-3 의존적 반응

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Gpx3-dependent responses against oxidative stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae = 효모에서 산화적스트레스에 대한 Gpx-3 의존적 반응
Chang Won Kho; Phil Young Lee; Kwang-Hee BaeSunghyun Kang; S Cho; Do Hee Lee; C H Sun; G S Yi; Byoung Chul ParkSung Goo Park
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Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 270-282
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The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has defense mechanisms identical to higher eukaryotes. It offers the potential for genome-wide experimental approaches owing to its smaller genome size and the availability of the complete sequence. It therefore represents an ideal eukaryotic model for studying cellular redox control and oxidative stress responses. S. cerevisiae Yap1 is a well-known transcription factor that is required for H2O2-dependent stress responses. Yap1 is involved in various signaling pathways in an oxidative stress response. The Gpx3 (Orp1/PHGpx3) protein is one of the factors related to these signaling pathways. It plays the role of a transducer that transfers the hydroperoxide signal to Yap1. In this study, using extensive proteomic and bioinformatics analyses, the function of the Gpx3 protein in an adaptive response against oxidative stress was investigated in wild-type, gpx3-deletion mutant, and gpx3-deletion mutant overexpressing Gpx3 protein strains. We identified 30 proteins that are related to the Gpx3-dependent oxidative stress responses and 17 proteins that are changed in a Gpx3-dependent manner regardless of oxidative stress. As expected, H2O2-responsive Gpx3-dependent proteins include a number of antioxidants related with cell rescue and defense. In addition, they contain a variety of proteins related to energy and carbohydrate metabolism, transcription, and protein fate. Based upon the experimental results, it is suggested that Gpx,3-dependent stress adaptive response includes the regulation of genes related to the capacity to detoxify oxidants and repair oxidative stress-induced damages affected by Yap1 as well as metabolism and protein fate independent from Yap1.
Gpx3oxidative stressproteomicssaccharomyces cerevisiaeYap1
Korea Soc-Assoc-Inst
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