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Algae and UV irradiation: effects on ultrastructure and related metabolic functions.
Cloning and characterization of the gene encoding the human peroxisomal assembly protein Pex3p 1
Temperature-sensitive formation of chloroplast protrusions and stromules in mesophyll cells of Arabidopsis thaliana
- A. Holzinger, O. Buchner, C. Lütz, M. Hanson
- Environmental Science, Materials ScienceProtoplasma
- 19 February 2007
Summary.In leaf mesophyll cells of transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana plants expressing GFP in the chloroplast, stromules (stroma-filled tubules) with a length of up to 20 μm and a diameter of about…
Investigating cytoskeletal function in chloroplast protrusion formation in the arctic-alpine plant Oxyria digyna.
Observations suggest that, in contrast to studies on stromule formation in Nicotiana, microtubules are not involved in the formation and morphology of chloroplast protrusions in Oxyria digyna.
Adrenoleukodystrophy-related protein can compensate functionally for adrenoleukodystrophy protein deficiency (X-ALD): implications for therapy.
- A. Netik, S. Forss-Petter, A. Holzinger, B. Molzer, G. Unterrainer, J. Berger
- Biology, MedicineHuman molecular genetics
- 1 May 1999
Results suggest that a correction of the biochemical defect in X-ALD could be possible by drug-induced overexpression or ectopic expression of ALDRP.
The vegetative arctic freshwater green alga Zygnema is insensitive to experimental UV exposure.
Desiccation stress and tolerance in green algae: consequences for ultrastructure, physiological and molecular mechanisms
Modern approaches based on transcriptomics, proteomics, and/or metabolomics are urgently needed to better understand the molecular mechanisms involved in desiccation-stress physiology of green algae.
Primary structure of human PMP69, a putative peroxisomal ABC-transporter.
We have cloned the cDNA of a novel human ABC-half-transporter highly similar to peroxisomal ABC-half-transporters such as the adrenoleukodystrophy protein (ALDP) and the peroxisomal protein 70…
Sequential targeting of CFTR by BAC vectors generates a novel pig model of cystic fibrosis
A new CF pig model is generated by inactivating the CFTR gene in primary porcine cells by sequential targeting using modified bacterial artificial chromosome vectors and generating homozygous CFTR mutant piglets by somatic cell nuclear transfer.
ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF THE AEROTERRESTRIAL GREEN ALGA KLEBSORMIDIUM CRENULATUM (CHAROPHYCEAE, STREPTOPHYTA) ISOLATED FROM AN ALPINE SOIL CRUST WITH AN EMPHASIS ON DESICCATION STRESS 1
All ecophysiological data explain the widespread abundance of K. crenulatum in soil crusts of the alpine regions of the European Alps.