H2 Enhances Arabidopsis Salt Tolerance by Manipulating ZAT10/12-Mediated Antioxidant Defence and Controlling Sodium Exclusion

@inproceedings{Xie2012H2EA,
  title={H2 Enhances Arabidopsis Salt Tolerance by Manipulating ZAT10/12-Mediated Antioxidant Defence and Controlling Sodium Exclusion},
  author={Yanjie Xie and Ying Mao and Diwen Lai and Wei Jun Zhang and Wenbiao Shen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND The metabolism of hydrogen gas (H(2)) in bacteria and algae has been extensively studied for the interesting of developing H(2)-based fuel. Recently, H(2) is recognized as a therapeutic antioxidant and activates several signalling pathways in clinical trials. However, underlying physiological roles and mechanisms of H(2) in plants as well as its signalling cascade remain unknown. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS In this report, histochemical, molecular, immunological and genetic… CONTINUE READING
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