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Doctoral Thesis
Document
Author
Full name
Juan Carlos Guerrero Abad
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Piracicaba, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Moura, Daniel Scherer de (President)
Nogueira, Fabio Tebaldi Silveira
Peres, Lazaro Eustaquio Pereira
Silva, Flávio Henrique da
Vitorello, Victor Alexandre
Title in Portuguese
Localização e tráfego intracelular do peptídeo AtRALF1 e a importância da endocitose como um mecanismo regulador da sua sinalização e atividade biológica
Keywords in Portuguese
Clatrina
Endocitose
RALF
Tráfego intracelular
Abstract in Portuguese
RALF é um peptídeo hormonal de aproximadamente 5kDa presente em diferentes espécies do reino vegetal regulando negativamente a expansão celular. AtRALF1 é uma isoforma específica de raiz das 37 presentes em Arabidopsis thaliana que regula negativamente o crescimento de raízes seguido de uma mobilização de Ca+2 intracelular e inibição na secreção de prótons (H+). Neste trabalho foi caraterizado a localização e tráfego intracelular do peptídeo AtRALF1.
Title in English
Localization and intracellular trafficking of AtRALF1 peptide and the importance of the endocytosis as a mechanism regulator for its signaling and biological activity
Keywords in English
Clathrin
Endocytosis
Intracellular traffic
RALF
Abstract in English
RALF is a 5kDa peptide hormone ubiquitous in different species of the plant kingdom that regulates cell expansion. AtRALF1 is a root-specific isoform of 37 present in Arabidopsis thaliana that negatively regulates root growth by intracellular calcium mobilization and inhibition of proton secretion (H+). In this work was studied the localization and intracellular trafficking of the AtRALF1 peptide.
 
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2018-10-05
Publishing Date
2016-10-20
 
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