Nitric oxide-sphingolipid interplays in plant signalling: a new enigma from the Sphinx?

Abstract : Nitric oxide (NO) emerged as one of the major signaling molecules operating during plant development and plant responses to its environment. Beyond the identification of the direct molecular targets of NO, a series of studies considered its interplay with other actors of signal transduction and the integration of NO into complex signaling networks. Beside the close relationships between NO and calcium or phosphatidic acid signaling pathways that are now well-established, recent reports paved the way for interplays between NO and sphingolipids (SLs). This mini-review summarizes our current knowledge of the influence NO and SLs might exert on each other in plant physiology. Based on comparisons with examples from the animal field, it further indicates that, although SL–NO interplays are common features in signaling networks of eukaryotic cells, the underlying mechanisms and molecular targets significantly differ.
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Frontiers in Plant Science, Frontiers, 2013, 4, pp.341. 〈10.3389/fpls.2013.00341〉
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Isabelle Guillas, Juliette Puyaubert, Emmanuel Baudouin. Nitric oxide-sphingolipid interplays in plant signalling: a new enigma from the Sphinx?. Frontiers in Plant Science, Frontiers, 2013, 4, pp.341. 〈10.3389/fpls.2013.00341〉. 〈hal-01578981〉

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