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  1. Gene expression changes in group 2 sigma factor mutant, ΔsigCDE, in standard growth conditions and after high-light treatment OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-50060

    Date Released: 09-30-2013

    Description: otected PSII in ∆sigCDE, while up-regulation of pgr5-like, hlipB or isiA genes in the mutant strain did not offer particular protection against photoinhibition. The photoinhibition resistance was lost if ∆sigCDE was grown in high CO2 where carotenoid and Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 contents were low. Additionally, photoinhibition resistance of the ∆rpoZ strain (lacking the omega subunit of RNA polymerase) with very high carotenoid but only low Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 content supported the importance of carotenoids in PSII protection. Carotenoids likely protect mainly via quenching of singlet oxygen but efficient non-photochemical quenching in ∆sigCDE might offer some additional protection. Comparison of photoinhibition kinetics in control, ∆sigCDE and ∆rpoZ strains showed that protection by the flavodiiron operon was most efficient during the first minutes of high-light illumination. Cells from cyanobacteria ...

  2. Gene expression changes in group 2 sigma factor mutant, ΔsigCDE, in standard growth conditions and after high-light treatment ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-50060

    Description: otected PSII in ∆sigCDE, while up-regulation of pgr5-like, hlipB or isiA genes in the mutant strain did not offer particular protection against photoinhibition. The photoinhibition resistance was lost if ∆sigCDE was grown in high CO2 where carotenoid and Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 contents were low. Additionally, photoinhibition resistance of the ∆rpoZ strain (lacking the omega subunit of RNA polymerase) with very high carotenoid but only low Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 content supported the importance of carotenoids in PSII protection. Carotenoids likely protect mainly via quenching of singlet oxygen but efficient non-photochemical quenching in ∆sigCDE might offer some additional protection. Comparison of photoinhibition kinetics in control, ∆sigCDE and ∆rpoZ strains showed that protection by the flavodiiron operon was most efficient during the first minutes of high-light illumination. Cells from cyanobacteria ...

  3. Gene expression changes in group 2 sigma factor mutant, ΔsigCDE, in standard growth conditions and after high-light treatment BioProject

    ID: PRJNA215900

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: otected PSII in ∆sigCDE, while up-regulation of pgr5-like, hlipB or isiA genes in the mutant strain did not offer particular protection against photoinhibition. The photoinhibition resistance was lost if ∆sigCDE was grown in high CO2 where carotenoid and Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 contents were low. Additionally, photoinhibition resistance of the ∆rpoZ strain (lacking the omega subunit of RNA polymerase) with very high carotenoid but only low Flv4-Sll0218-Flv2 content supported the importance of carotenoids in PSII protection. Carotenoids likely protect mainly via quenching of singlet oxygen but efficient non-photochemical quenching in ∆sigCDE might offer some additional protection. Comparison of photoinhibition kinetics in control, ∆sigCDE and ∆rpoZ strains showed that protection by the flavodiiron operon was most efficient during the first minutes of high-light illumination. Overall design: Cells fro...

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