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2013 | 62 | 1 | 105-113
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Roślinne transportery błonowe metali śladowych

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Trace metals membrane transporters in plants.
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Metale śladowe obecne w roztworze glebowym można podzielić na dwie grupy: metale konieczne do prawidłowego funkcjonowania komórek roślinnych (m.in. Fe, Cu, Mn, Co, Zn, Ni) oraz metale niekonieczne (np. Cd, Hg, Pb, Cr). Obecne w roślinach białka transportujące niezbędne metale z gleby do korzenia i dalej do pędu charakteryzują się szeroką specyficznością, stanowiąc drogę wnikania także dla metali niekoniecznych. Utrzymywanie homeostazy poprzez kontrolowanie pobierania, transportu, wypompowywania i sekwestracji tych pierwiastków jest kluczowe dla prawidłowego działania organizmów. Praca ta została poświęcona krótkiej charakterystyce zidentyfikowanych do tej pory roślinnych transporterów błonowych, należących do następujących rodzin białek: ZIP, YSL, NRAMP, P1B-ATP-az, transporterów ABC, COPT, CAX, CDF i IREG.
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Trace metals present in soil can be divided into two groups: essential metals indispensable for proper functioning of plant cells (e.g. Fe, Cu, Mn, Co, Zn, Ni), and non-essential metals (e.g. Cd, Hg, Pb, Cr). Transporters for essential trace metals in plants usually have a wide specificity and can equally transport non-essential metals. Maintaining homeostasis by controlling the uptake, transport, removal and sequestration of metals is crucial for organisms. This work is dedicated to a short characterization of identified plant membrane transporters, belonging to several protein families: ZIP, YSL, NRAMP, P1B-ATP-ases, ABC transporters, COPT, CAX, CDF and IREG.
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62
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1
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105-113
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2013
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  • Zakład Biochemii Instytut Biologii Molekularnej i Biotechnologii Collegium Biologicum Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań, Polska
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