Chlorosis as a developmental program in cyanobacteria: the proteomic fundament for survival and awakening

@article{Spt2018ChlorosisAA,
  title={Chlorosis as a developmental program in cyanobacteria: the proteomic fundament for survival and awakening},
  author={Philipp Sp{\"a}t and Alexander Klotz and Sascha Rexroth and Boris Ma{\vc}ek and Karl Forchhammer},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2018}
}
  • Philipp Spät, Alexander Klotz, +2 authors Karl Forchhammer
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • bioRxiv
  • Cyanobacteria that do not fix atmospheric nitrogen gas survive prolonged periods of nitrogen starvation in a chlorotic, dormant state where cell growth and metabolism are arrested. Upon nutrient availability, these dormant cells return to vegetative growth within 2–3 days. This resuscitation process is highly orchestrated and relies on the stepwise re-installation and activation of essential cellular structures and functions. We have been investigating the transition to chlorosis and the return… CONTINUE READING

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