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Protein identification and quantification by data-independent acquisition and multi-parallel collision-induced dissociation mass spectrometry (MS(E)) in the chloroplast stroma proteome.
UNLABELLED We report here a systematic evaluation of a multiplex mass spectrometry method coupled with ion mobility separation (HD-MS(E)) for the identification and quantification of proteins in theExpand
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The major function of a metallothionein from the aquatic fungus Heliscus lugdunensis is cadmium detoxification.
A spring from a former copper shale mine in the area of Mansfelder Land, Germany, shows extremely high transition metal ion concentrations, i.e. 40mM Zn(II), 208μM Cu(II), 61μM As(V), and 25μMExpand
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Towards an Understanding of the Function of the Phytochelatin Synthase of Schistosoma mansoni
Phytochelatin synthase (PCS) is a protease-like enzyme that catalyzes the production of metal chelating peptides, the phytochelatins, from glutathione (GSH). In plants, algae, and fungi phytochelatinExpand
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Chemical bioimaging for the subcellular localization of trace elements by high contrast TEM, TEM/X-EDS, and NanoSIMS.
Chemical bioimaging offers an important contribution to the investigation of biochemical functions, biosorption and bioaccumulation processes of trace elements via their localization at the cellularExpand
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Identification of protein N-termini in Cyanophora paradoxa cyanelles: transit peptide composition and sequence determinants for precursor maturation
Glaucophyta, rhodophyta, and chloroplastida represent the three main evolutionary lineages that diverged from a common ancestor after primary endosymbiosis. Comparative analyses between members ofExpand
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Pools of cadmium in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii revealed by chemical imaging and XAS spectroscopy.
The green micro-alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is commonly used as a model to investigate metallic stress in photosynthetic organisms. The aim of this study was to explore processes implemented byExpand
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Inhibitory effect of metals on animal and plant glutathione transferases.
Glutathione transferases (GSTs) represent a widespread enzyme superfamily in eukaryotes and prokaryotes catalyzing different reactions with endogenous and xenobiotic substrates such as organicExpand
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Physiological responses to nanoCuO in fungi from non-polluted and metal-polluted streams.
Nanocopper oxide (nanoCuO) is among the most widely used metal oxide nanoparticles which increases their chance of being released into freshwaters. Fungi are the major microbial decomposers of plantExpand
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Identification of phytochelatins in the cadmium-stressed conjugating green alga Micrasterias denticulata.
Aquatic environments like peat bogs are affected by anthropogenic metal input into the environment. These ecosystems are inhabited by unicellular green algae of the class Zygnematophyceae. In thisExpand
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A New Radio Frequency Plasma Oxygen Primary Ion Source on Nano Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry for Improved Lateral Resolution and Detection of Electropositive Elements at Single Cell Level.
An important application field of secondary ion mass spectrometry at the nanometer scale (NanoSIMS) is the detection of chemical elements and, in particular, metals at the subcellular level inExpand
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