P5CDH affects the pathways contributing to Pro synthesis after ProDH activation by biotic and abiotic stress conditions

@inproceedings{Rizzi2015P5CDHAT,
  title={P5CDH affects the pathways contributing to Pro synthesis after ProDH activation by biotic and abiotic stress conditions},
  author={Yanina Soledad Rizzi and Mariela In{\'e}s Monteoliva and Georgina Fabro and Carola L. Grosso and Laura E. Lar{\'o}vere and Mar{\'i}a Elena Alvarez},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2015}
}
Plants facing adverse conditions usually alter proline (Pro) metabolism, generating changes that help restore the cellular homeostasis. These organisms synthesize Pro from glutamate (Glu) or ornithine (Orn) by two-step reactions that share Δ(1) pyrroline-5-carboxylate (P5C) as intermediate. In the catabolic process, Pro is converted back to Glu using a different pathway that involves Pro dehydrogenase (ProDH), P5C dehydrogenase (P5CDH), and P5C as intermediate. Little is known about the… CONTINUE READING