Studies on the three groups of proteins in higher plants that may function through biologically active carbohydrates : lectins, polygalacturonase inhibiting proteins and acetylchito oligosaccharide elicitor binding proteins

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    • 伊藤, ユキ イトウ, ユキ

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Studies on the three groups of proteins in higher plants that may function through biologically active carbohydrates : lectins, polygalacturonase inhibiting proteins and acetylchito oligosaccharide elicitor binding proteins

著者名

伊藤, ユキ

著者別名

イトウ, ユキ

学位授与大学

お茶の水女子大学

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博士 (理学)

学位授与番号

乙第102号

学位授与年月日

1999-03-24

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  1. CONTENTS / p1 (0003.jp2)
  2. Acknowledgments / p5 (0007.jp2)
  3. Introduction / p1 (0008.jp2)
  4. 1.Plant lectins are the proteins of unknown function that bind to complex carbohydrates / p1 (0008.jp2)
  5. 2.Complex carbohydrates are known to play important physiological and pathological functions in higher plants / p2 (0009.jp2)
  6. 3.Polygalacturonase inhibiting protein(PGIP)and N-acetyl-chitooligosaccharide elicitor binding protein are defense related proteins that may function through biologically active carbohydrates / p2 (0009.jp2)
  7. Part I:Immobilization of biological molecules and their use in the studies of the plant lectins / p4 (0011.jp2)
  8. Chapter I:Literature review / p5 (0012.jp2)
  9. 1.On function of the plant lectins / p5 (0012.jp2)
  10. 2.Preparation of immobilized biological molecules / p7 (0014.jp2)
  11. 3.Present research / p9 (0016.jp2)
  12. Chapter II:Immobilization of protein ligands on new formyl spacer-carrier for the preparation of stable and high capacity affinity adsorbents / p13 (0020.jp2)
  13. Summary / p13 (0020.jp2)
  14. Introduction / p13 (0020.jp2)
  15. Experimental methods / p14 (0021.jp2)
  16. Results / p16 (0023.jp2)
  17. Discussion / p17 (0024.jp2)
  18. Figures and tables / p20 (0027.jp2)
  19. Chapter III:Interaction of synthetic glycoproteins with immobilized leetins / p26 (0033.jp2)
  20. Introduction / p26 (0033.jp2)
  21. Experimental methods / p26 (0033.jp2)
  22. Results / p27 (0034.jp2)
  23. Discussion / p28 (0035.jp2)
  24. Figures and tables / p29 (0036.jp2)
  25. Chapter IV:Preparation of high capacity affinity adsorbents using new hydrazino-carriers and their use for low and high performance affinity chromatography of lectins / p34 (0041.jp2)
  26. Summary / p34 (0041.jp2)
  27. Introduction / p34 (0041.jp2)
  28. Experimental methods / p35 (0042.jp2)
  29. Results / p37 (0044.jp2)
  30. Discussion / p38 (0045.jp2)
  31. Figures and tables / p39 (0046.jp2)
  32. Chapter V:Occurrence of lectins in leaves and flowers of Sophora japonica / p50 (0057.jp2)
  33. Summary / p50 (0057.jp2)
  34. Introduction / p50 (0057.jp2)
  35. Experimental methods / p51 (0058.jp2)
  36. Results / p52 (0059.jp2)
  37. Discussion / p53 (0060.jp2)
  38. Figures and tables / p55 (0062.jp2)
  39. Part II:Studies on the two groups of defense related proteins in higher plants;polygalacturonase inhibiting protein(PGIP)and N-acetylchito oligosaccharide elicitor binding protein / p61 (0068.jp2)
  40. Chapter I:Literature Review / p62 (0069.jp2)
  41. 1.The hypersensitive response(HR)in plant-pathogen interactions / p62 (0069.jp2)
  42. 2.PGIP as a molecule that can regulate production of endogenous elicitors of plant defense responses / p63 (0070.jp2)
  43. 3.Receptors of microbial elicitors of plant defense responses / p66 (0073.jp2)
  44. 4.Present research / p69 (0076.jp2)
  45. Chapter II:The quantitation of the ability of microbial pectic enzymes and oligogalacturonides to kill plant tissues and suspension-cultured plant cells / p71 (0078.jp2)
  46. Summary / p71 (0078.jp2)
  47. Introduction / p71 (0078.jp2)
  48. Experimental methods / p72 (0079.jp2)
  49. Results / p75 (0082.jp2)
  50. Discussion / p77 (0084.jp2)
  51. Figures / p79 (0086.jp2)
  52. Chapter III:A polygalacturonase inhibiting protein(PGIP)in bean(P.vulgaris)hypocotyl is induced by wounding and by treatment with elicitors of plant defense responses / p89 (0096.jp2)
  53. Summary / p89 (0096.jp2)
  54. Introduction / p89 (0096.jp2)
  55. Experimental methods / p90 (0097.jp2)
  56. Results / p93 (0100.jp2)
  57. Discussion / p94 (0101.jp2)
  58. Figures / p97 (0104.jp2)
  59. Chapter IV:Identification of a high-affinity binding protein for N-acetylchitooligosaccharide elicitor in the plasma membrane of suspension cultured rice cells / p111 (0118.jp2)
  60. Summary / p111 (0118.jp2)
  61. Introduction / p111 (0118.jp2)
  62. Experimental methods / p113 (0120.jp2)
  63. Results / p116 (0123.jp2)
  64. Discussion / p118 (0125.jp2)
  65. Figures / p121 (0128.jp2)
  66. Chapter V:One step purification of a N-acetylchitooligosaccharide elicitor binding protein from the plasma membrane of suspension-cultured rice cells by avidin-biotin affinity chromatography / p136 (0143.jp2)
  67. Summary / p136 (0143.jp2)
  68. Introduction / p136 (0143.jp2)
  69. Experimental methods / p138 (0145.jp2)
  70. Results / p140 (0147.jp2)
  71. Discussion / p142 (0149.jp2)
  72. Figures / p144 (0151.jp2)
  73. Conclusions / p154 (0161.jp2)
  74. 1.The affinity adsorbents prepared by derivatization with epoxy-activated carriers have high ligand concentrations and are effective tools for the purification and immobilization of plant lectins / p154 (0161.jp2)
  75. 2.Lectins are present in leaves and flowers of Sophora japonica and may play important physiological or pathological roles yet to be discovered / p156 (0163.jp2)
  76. 3.PGIP may regulate the production of the endogenous carbohydrate elicitor and is involved in the active plant defense response / p158 (0165.jp2)
  77. 4.N-acetylchtooligosaccharide elicitor binding protein purified to homogeneity is a novel group of carbohydrate binding proteins that has a key role in elicitor signal transduction pathway / p160 (0167.jp2)
  78. Literature cited / p163 (0170.jp2)
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