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Proteomic Insight Into the Molecular Principles of Grapevine Habituation

Proteomic Insight Into the Molecular Principles of Grapevine Habituation

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis coupled to protein microarray analysis was used to examine, for the first time, the molecular mechanisms of grapevine (Vitis vinifera L., cv. Limberger) habituation. The examination of 2-D maps derived from control and habituated cell culture revealed the presence of 55 protein spots displaying a differential expression pattern. These facts have provide a molecular evidence suggesting that the habituated cells can be used as a model for study of cell differentiation and plant defense mechanisms. Cell death, extra-cellular alkalinization and expression of genes responsible for the formation of the defense-related proteins were analyzed in suspension cultures with hormonal autonomy (habituation). Results obtained using habituated grapevine cells compared with non-habituated cells were different and strongly depended on the concentration of elicitor applied.

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Microbiological Leaching; an Environmentally Friendly and Cost Effective Method for Extraction of Metals

– Adhesion properties of factors influencing Leptospirillum ferriphilum in the biooxidation of refractory gold-bearing pyrite, International Journal of Mineral Processing , 160, 39-46. 23. Ribeiro D. A., Maretto D. A., Nogueira F. C. S., Silva M. J., Campos F. A. P., Domont G. B., Poppi R. J. and Ottoboni L. M. M., 2011 – Heat and phosphate starvation effects on the proteome, morphology and chemical composition of the biomining bacteria Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans, World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology , 27, 1469-1479. 24. Sun L. X., Zhang X

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Arsenic Application Changed Growth, Photo-Synthetic Pigments and Antioxidant Enzymes Activity in Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) Under Salinity Stress

hazard. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 100, 53-60. doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2013.11.024 Requejo R, Tena M (2005): Proteome analysis of maize roots reveals that oxidative stress is a main contributing factor to plant arsenic toxicity. Phytochemistry, 66, 1519-1528. doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2005.05.003 Shabala S, Cuin TA (2006): Osmoregulation versus osmoprotection: Re-evaluating the role of compatible solutes. In: Teixeira da Silva, J (ed): Floriculture, Ornamental and plant biotechnology: Advance and topical issues. Global Science Books, Tokyo. 405

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The Occurrence of Sequences Identical with Epitopes from the Allergen Pen a 1.0102 Among Food and Non-Food Proteins

bovine milk proteins - a short report. Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci., 2011, 61, 153-158. 32. Minkiewicz P., Bucholska J., Darewicz M., Borawska J., Epitopic hexapeptide sequences from Baltic cod parvalbumin beta (allergen Gad c 1) are common in the universal proteome. Peptides, 2012, 38, 105-109. 33. Mirza Z.K., Sastri B., Lin J.J.C., Amenta P.S., Das K.M., Autoimmunity against human tropomyosin isoforms in ulcerative colitis - Localization of specific human tropomyosin isoforms in the intestine and extraintestinal organs. Inflamm. Bowel Dis., 2006, 12, 1036-1043. 34

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Cellobiose dehydrogenase: An essential enzyme for lignocellulose degradation in nature – A review / Cellobiosedehydrogenase: Ein essentielles Enzym für den Lignozelluloseabbau in der Natur – Eine Übersicht

. The phytopathogenic fungus Sclerotium rolfsii , which has a host-spectrum of approx. 600 plants, is recognized as a potent producer of CDH, whose secretion has been studied and optimized ( Sachslehner et al., 1997 ; Ludwig and Haltrich, 2003 ). Moreover, a proteome analysis showed the presence of CDH in the “early” secretome of the grape-infecting fungus Botrytis cinerea , which was collected 16 hrs post-infection. The enzymes isolated at this stage of growth presumably play an important role in establishing a successful infection ( Espino et al., 2010 ). Another

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Digestibility and nutrient retention of a wheat bran-containing diet containing two vegetable oil sources applied to laying hens with emphasis on prefeeding period

intestinal enzyme activity of laying hens Poultry Science 91 413 425 Naumann, C. and R. Bassler (2012): Die chemische Untersuchung von Futtermitteln. VDLUFA-Verlag, Darmstadt, Germany. Naumann C. Bassler R. 2012 Die chemische Untersuchung von Futtermitteln VDLUFA-Verlag Darmstadt, Germany Nyangale, E.P., Mottram, D.S. and G.R. Gibson (2012): Gut microbial activity, implications for health and disease: the potential role of metabolite analysis. Journal of Proteome Research 11, 5573–5585. 10.1021/pr300637d Nyangale E.P. Mottram D.S. Gibson

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Update of the List of Allergenic Proteins From Milk, Based on Local Amino Acid Sequence Identity with Known Epitopes From Bovine Milk Proteins-a Short Report

potentially cross-reactive protein matches. Mol. Nutr. Food Res., 2006, 50, 655-660. Gowthaman U., Agrewala J. N., In Silico tools for predicting peptides binding to HLA-class II molecules: more confusion than conclusion. J. Proteome Res., 2008, 7, 154-163. Gowthaman U., Agrewala J. N., In silico methods for predicting T-cell epitopes: Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde? Expert Rev. Proteom., 2009, 6, 527-537. Holm L., Sander C., Removing near-neighbour redundancy from a large protein sequence collection

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Antibody Microarray Expression Profiling Of Maize Roots Treated With Cadmium And Nickel

Biology , vol. 22 , pp. 720–727. DESCLOS, M. – DUBOUSSET, L. – ETIENE, P. – LE CAHEREC, F. – SATOH, H. – BONNEFOY, J. – OURRY, A. – AVICE, J.C. 2008. A proteome profiling approach to reveal a novel role of Brassica napus drought 22kD/water-soluble chlorophyll-binding protein in young leaves during nitrogen remobilization induced by stressful conditions. In Plant Physiology , vol. 147 , pp. 1830–1844. DI TOPPI, L.S. & GABBRIELI, R. 1999. Response to cadmium in higher plants. In Environmental Experimental Botany , vol. 41 , pp. 105–130. DIXIT, P

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Databases and Associated Bioinformatic Tools in Studies of Food Allergens, Epitopes and Haptens – a Review

synthesis, antibody development and competitive inhibition enzyme immunoassay for s-triazine herbicides. J. Agric. Food Chem., 1990, 38, 990-996. 30. Gowthaman U., Agrewala J.N., In Silico tools for predicting peptides binding to HLA-class II molecules: more confusion than conclusion. J. Proteome Res., 2008, 7, 154-163. 31. Gűnther S., Hempel D., Dunkel M., Rother K., Preissner R., SuperHapten: a comprehensive database for small immunogenic compounds. Nucleic Acids Res., 2007, 35, D906-D910. 32. Harzing A.W., Alakangas S

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1H NMR-Based Metabolic Profiling of Urine from Mice Fed Lentinula edodes-Derived Polysaccharides

noninflammatory metabolic effects of genetic modification in a mouse model of Crohn's disease. J. Proteome Res., 2010, 9(4), 1965–1975. 23. Liu G., Xiao L., Cao W., Fang T., Jia G., Chen X., Zhao H., Wu C., Wang J., Changes in the metabolome of rats after exposure to arginine and N-carbamylglutamate in combination with diquat, a compound that causes oxidative stress, assessed by 1 H NMR spectroscopy. Food Funct., 2016, 7(2), 964–974. 24. Long L.H., Halliwell B., Artefacts in cell culture: α-Ketoglutarate can scavenge hydrogen peroxide generated by ascorbate and

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