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Title

Nitric oxide is essential for cadmium-induced peroxule formation and peroxisome proliferation

AuthorsTerrón-Camero, Laura Carmen; Rodríguez-Serrano, María; Sandalio, Luisa M. ; Romero-Puertas, María C.
KeywordsCadmium
Carbonylation
Catalase
Nitric oxide
Peroxisomes
Peroxules, Signalling
S-nitrosylation
Issue Date2020
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationPlant, Cell and Environment 43: 2492–2507 (2020)
AbstractNitric oxide (NO) and nitrosylated derivatives are produced in peroxisomes, but the impact of NO metabolism on organelle functions remains largely uncharacterised. Double and triple NO-related mutants expressing cyan florescent protein (CFP)-SKL (nox1 × px-ck and nia1 nia2 × px-ck) were generated to determine whether NO regulates peroxisomal dynamics in response to cadmium (Cd) stress using confocal microscopy. Peroxule production was compromised in the nia1 nia2 mutants, which had lower NO levels than the wild-type plants. These findings show that NO is produced early in the response to Cd stress and was involved in peroxule production. Cd-induced peroxisomal proliferation was analysed using electron microscopy and by the accumulation of the peroxisomal marker PEX14. Peroxisomal proliferation was inhibited in the nia1 nia2 mutants. However, the phenotype was recovered by exogenous NO treatment. The number of peroxisomes and oxidative metabolism were changed in the NO-related mutant cells. Furthermore, the pattern of oxidative modification and S-nitrosylation of the catalase (CAT) protein was changed in the NO-related mutants in both the absence and presence of Cd stress. Peroxisome-dependent signalling was also affected in the NO-related mutants. Taken together, these results show that NO metabolism plays an important role in peroxisome functions and signalling.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/pce.13855
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/221250
Identifiersdoi: 10.1111/pce.13855
issn: 1365-3040
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