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20 may 2022 16:40:12

 
IJMS, Vol. 23, Pages 5754: Establishment of a Landscape of UPL5-Ubiquitinated on Multiple Subcellular Components of Leaf Senescence Cell in Arabidopsis (International Journal of Molecular Sciences)
 


Catabolism of macromolecules is a major event in senescent cells, especially involving proteolysis of organelles and abnormally aggregated proteins, circulation of nutrients, and precise control of intracellular environmental balance. Proteasomes are distributed in the nucleus and cytoplasm; however, proteasomes in organelles are limited. In this study, multi-omics proteomic analyses of ubiquitinated proteins enriched by using antibody against “di-Gly-Lys” via a free labeling were used to investigate the global changes of protein levels and ubiquitination modification levels of upl5 mutant relative to wild-type plant; subcellular localization analysis of UPL5 was found to be located in the nucleus, cytoplasm, and plastid within the cell; and the direct lysine site patterns of UPL5 were screened by the H89R substitution in the tagged ubiquitinated assay. It suggests that UPL5 acting as a candidate of organelle E3 ligase either in the nucleus or cytoplasm or plastid modifies numerous targets related to nuclear transcription and plastid photosynthesis involving in Ca2+ and hormone signaling pathway in plant senescence and in response to (a)biotic stress protection.


 
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