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Composition and assembly of the yeast vacuolar H(+)-ATPase complex.
The proton-translocating ATPase (H(+)-ATPase) found on the membrane of the yeast vacuole is the best characterized member of the V-type ATPase family and 14 genes, the majority designated VMA (for vacuolar membrane ATPase) encoding subunits of the enzyme complex are identified.
Molecular Characterization of the Yeast Vacuolar H+-ATPase Proton Pore*
Structural differences within the membrane-spanning domains of both V0 and F0 may account for the unique properties of the ATP-hydrolyzing V-ATPase compared with the ATP -generating F-type ATP synthase.
Genome-wide cataloging and analysis of alternatively spliced genes in cereal crops
- X. Min, B. Powell, Jonathan Braessler, John Meinken, Feng Yu, G. Sablok
- Biology, MedicineBMC Genomics
- 21 September 2015
The AS genes identified in four cereal crops in this work provide the foundation for further studying the roles of AS in regulation of cereal plant growth and development and identify 53 AS genes conserved with Brachypodium distachyon.
Helical Interactions and Membrane Disposition of the 16-kDa Proteolipid Subunit of the Vacuolar H+-ATPase Analyzed by Cysteine Replacement Mutagenesis*
- M. Harrison, J. Murray, B. Powell, Y. I. Kim, M. Finbow, J. Findlay
- Biology, ChemistryThe Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 3 September 1999
The model is consistent not only with theoretical proton transport mechanisms, but has structural similarity to the dodecameric ring complex formed by the related 8-kDa proteolipid of the F1F0-ATPase, which suggests some commonality between the proton translocating mechanisms of the vacuolar and F1Pases.
ProtSecKB: The Protist Secretome and Subcellular Proteome Knowledgebase
The Protist Secretome and Subcellular Proteome Knowledgebase (ProtSecKB) was developed to host information of curated and predicted subcellular locations of all protist proteins and showed that species with different lifestyles had drastic differences of protein families in their secretomes, which may determine their lifestyles.
Identification of lipid-accessible sites on the nephrops 16-kDa proteolipid incorporated into a hybrid vacuolar H(+)-ATPase: site-directed labeling with N-(1-Pyrenyl)cyclohexylcarbodiimide and…
Modification with the fluorescent DCCD analogue N-(1-pyrenyl)cyclohexylcarbodiimide, coupled to fluorescence quenching studies and bilayer depth measurements using the parallax method, was used to probe the position of Glu140 with respect to the bilayer and data are consistent with a structural model of the 16-kDa proteolipid oligomer.
Comparative landscape of alternative splicing in fruit plants
Analysis of Alternative Splicing Landscape in Pineapple (Ananas comosus)
Gene Ontology classification revealed that the products of these genes which generate AS isoforms are involved in many biological processes with diverse molecular functions, and annotated all assembled transcripts and also associated them with predicted gene models.
Genome-Wide Identification and Analysis of Genes Encoding Proteolytic Enzymes in Pineapple
The protease genes with the predicted protein subcellular locations will facilitate the efforts for examining their biological roles in pineapple growth and development and for expressing the recombinant proteases for medical use.
Analysis of Transcriptome and Alternative Splicing Landscape in Pineapple
The identification of differentially expressed genes, assembled transcripts, along with the identified AS isoforms and events, provides a solid foundation for further examination of the gene functions in pineapple metabolism, growth, development, and fruit ripening.