Inorganic Polyphosphates in Eukaryotic Cells by Tatiana Kulakovskaya, Evgeny Pavlov, Elena N. Dedkova

By Tatiana Kulakovskaya, Evgeny Pavlov, Elena N. Dedkova

The ebook elucidates the position of inorganic polyphosphates in eukaryotic cells, from fungi and protozoa to person. thus far, there's lots of facts that those anionic biopolymers happening within the cells of all dwelling organisms, from micro organism to people, practice various regulatory capabilities. The e-book describes the evolution of PolyPs, their function in decrease eukaryotes and their involvement in a variety of strategies within the human organism, in addition to its use in biomaterials resembling bioactive glass and engineered bone tissue.

the purpose of this ebook is to summarize the knowledge of the prior decade at the useful function of inorganic polyphosphates in eukaryotes and speak about their organic function additionally in context of universal human illnesses. The publication will offer a latest thought of the practical importance of those biopolymers, valuable for researchers in cellphone biology, biochemistry, molecular biology and biomedicine alike.

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The strains used: (1) wt, (2) ΔPPX1, (3) ΔPPN1, (4) ΔPPX1ΔPPN1 (Lichko et al. 2006) polyP consumption. This idea is confirmed by the data on the changes in the average polyP chain length of the mutants under Pi-deficiency. In the cytoplasm of the ΔPPN1 mutant, the average chain length of polyP was not changed at a decrease in polyP content. This agrees with the processive mechanism of PPX1, which consumes polyP in the ΔPPN1 mutant. On the contrary, in the ΔPPX1 mutant under Pi-deficiency, the long-chain polyPs are depleted first and the short-chain polyPs are hydrolyzed later (Lichko et al.

Mycorrhizal Symbiosis Mycorrhizas are the mutualistic associations between fungi and plant roots. , associated with 70–90 % of land plants (Smith and Read 2008). AM associations occurred more than 400 million years ago; the fossil records (Remy et al. 1994) and estimation by molecular evolutionary clock (Simon et al. 1993) indicate AM fungi coincided with the appearance of early land plants, which suggests that AM symbiosis was instrumental in the colonization of primitive plants toward land. During the evolution and diversification of land plants, however, distinct mycorrhizal associations evolved; ectomycorrhizas are associations between woody species and fungi, in the Basidiomycota and Ascomycota (Tedersoo et al.

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