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A conserved core of programmed cell death indicator genes discriminates developmentally and environmentally induced programmed cell death in plants

Yadira Olvera Carrillo UGent, Michiel Van Bel UGent, Tom Van Hautegem UGent, Matyas Fendrych, Marlies Huysmans UGent, Mária Braun Šimášková UGent, Matthias Van Durme, Pierre Buscaill, Susana Rivas, Nuria S Coll, et al. (2015) PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 169(4). p.2684-2699
abstract
A plethora of diverse programmed cell death (PCD) processes has been described in living organisms. In animals and plants, different forms of PCD play crucial roles in development, immunity, and responses to the environment. While the molecular control of some animal PCD forms such as apoptosis is known in great detail, we still know comparatively little about the regulation of the diverse types of plant PCD. In part, this deficiency in molecular understanding is caused by the lack of reliable reporters to detect PCD processes. Here, we addressed this issue by using a combination of bioinformatics approaches to identify commonly regulated genes during diverse plant PCD processes in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). Our results indicate that the transcriptional signatures of developmentally controlled cell death are largely distinct from the ones associated with environmentally induced cell death. Moreover, different cases of developmental PCD share a set of cell death-associated genes. Most of these genes are evolutionary conserved within the green plant lineage, arguing for an evolutionary conserved core machinery of developmental PCD. Based on this information, we established an array of specific promoter-reporter lines for developmental PCD in Arabidopsis. These PCD indicators represent a powerful resource that can be used in addition to established morphological and biochemical methods to detect and analyze PCD processes in vivo and in planta.
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GENOMICS, ARABIDOPSIS, EMBRYOGENESIS ABUNDANT PROTEINS, EXPRESSION, SENESCENCE, PROMOTER, STRESS, ELEMENTS, IMMUNITY, APOPTOSIS
journal title
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
Plant Physiol.
volume
169
issue
4
pages
2684 - 2699
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Article
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000368472700025
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PLANT SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
6.28 (2015)
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8/209 (2015)
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1 (2015)
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0032-0889
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10.1104/pp.15.00769
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English
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7081341
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  abstract     = {A plethora of diverse programmed cell death (PCD) processes has been described in living organisms. In animals and plants, different forms of PCD play crucial roles in development, immunity, and responses to the environment. While the molecular control of some animal PCD forms such as apoptosis is known in great detail, we still know comparatively little about the regulation of the diverse types of plant PCD. In part, this deficiency in molecular understanding is caused by the lack of reliable reporters to detect PCD processes. Here, we addressed this issue by using a combination of bioinformatics approaches to identify commonly regulated genes during diverse plant PCD processes in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). Our results indicate that the transcriptional signatures of developmentally controlled cell death are largely distinct from the ones associated with environmentally induced cell death. Moreover, different cases of developmental PCD share a set of cell death-associated genes. Most of these genes are evolutionary conserved within the green plant lineage, arguing for an evolutionary conserved core machinery of developmental PCD. Based on this information, we established an array of specific promoter-reporter lines for developmental PCD in Arabidopsis. These PCD indicators represent a powerful resource that can be used in addition to established morphological and biochemical methods to detect and analyze PCD processes in vivo and in planta.},
  author       = {Olvera Carrillo, Yadira and Van Bel, Michiel and Van Hautegem, Tom and Fendrych, Matyas and Huysmans, Marlies and Braun \v{S}im{\'a}\v{s}kov{\'a}, M{\'a}ria and Van Durme, Matthias and Buscaill, Pierre and Rivas, Susana and Coll, Nuria S and Coppens, Frederik and Maere, Steven and Nowack, Moritz},
  issn         = {0032-0889},
  journal      = {PLANT PHYSIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {GENOMICS,ARABIDOPSIS,EMBRYOGENESIS ABUNDANT PROTEINS,EXPRESSION,SENESCENCE,PROMOTER,STRESS,ELEMENTS,IMMUNITY,APOPTOSIS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {2684--2699},
  title        = {A conserved core of programmed cell death indicator genes discriminates developmentally and environmentally induced programmed cell death in plants},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1104/pp.15.00769},
  volume       = {169},
  year         = {2015},
}

Chicago
Olvera Carrillo, Yadira, Michiel Van Bel, Tom Van Hautegem, Matyas Fendrych, Marlies Huysmans, Mária Braun Šimášková, Matthias Van Durme, et al. 2015. “A Conserved Core of Programmed Cell Death Indicator Genes Discriminates Developmentally and Environmentally Induced Programmed Cell Death in Plants.” Plant Physiology 169 (4): 2684–2699.
APA
Olvera Carrillo, Y., Van Bel, M., Van Hautegem, T., Fendrych, M., Huysmans, M., Braun Šimášková, M., Van Durme, M., et al. (2015). A conserved core of programmed cell death indicator genes discriminates developmentally and environmentally induced programmed cell death in plants. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 169(4), 2684–2699.
Vancouver
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Olvera Carrillo Y, Van Bel M, Van Hautegem T, Fendrych M, Huysmans M, Braun Šimášková M, et al. A conserved core of programmed cell death indicator genes discriminates developmentally and environmentally induced programmed cell death in plants. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2015;169(4):2684–99.
MLA
Olvera Carrillo, Yadira, Michiel Van Bel, Tom Van Hautegem, et al. “A Conserved Core of Programmed Cell Death Indicator Genes Discriminates Developmentally and Environmentally Induced Programmed Cell Death in Plants.” PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 169.4 (2015): 2684–2699. Print.