Induced deactivation of genes encoding chlorophyll biosynthesis enzymes disentangles tetrapyrrole-mediated retrograde signaling.

@article{Schlicke2014InducedDO,
  title={Induced deactivation of genes encoding chlorophyll biosynthesis enzymes disentangles tetrapyrrole-mediated retrograde signaling.},
  author={Hagen Schlicke and Annabel Salinas Hartwig and Vivien Firtzlaff and Andreas Sven Richter and Christine Gl{\"a}sser and Klaus Maier and Iris Finkemeier and Bernhard Grimm},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  year={2014},
  volume={7 7},
  pages={1211-27}
}
In photosynthetic organisms, tetrapyrrole-mediated retrograde signals are proposed to contribute to a balanced nuclear gene expression (NGE) in response to metabolic activity in chloroplasts. We followed an experimental short-term approach that allowed the assessment of modified NGE during the first hours of specifically modified enzymatic steps of the Mg branch of tetrapyrrole biosynthesis, when pleiotropic effects of other signals can be avoided. In response to 24-h-induced silencing of CHLH… CONTINUE READING

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