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    Title: Proton pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase of endoplasmic reticulum-enriched vesicles from etiolated mung bean seedlings
    Authors: Kuo SY;Chien LF;Hsiao YY;Van RC;Yan KH;Liu PF;Mao SJT
    Contributors: Department of Biotechnology
    Date: 2005-02
    Issue Date: 2009-11-26 09:43:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-enriched vesicles from etiolated hypocotyls of mung bean seedlings (Vigna radiata) were successfully isolated using Ficoll gradient and two-phase (polyethylene glycol-dextran) partition. The ER-enriched vesicles contained inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi) hydrolysis and its associated proton translocating activities. Antiserum prepared against vacuolar H+-pyrophosphatase (V-PPase, EC did not inhibit this novel pyrophosphatase-dependent proton translocation, excluding the possible contamination of tonoplast vesicles in the ER-enriched membrane preparation. The optimal ratios of Mg2+/PPi (inorganic pyrophosphate) for enzymatic activity and PPi-dependent proton translocation of ER-enriched vesicles were higher than those of vacuolar membranes. The PPi-dependent proton translocation of ER-enriched vesicles absolutely required the presence of monovalent cations with preference for K+, but could be inhibited by a common PPase inhibitor, F-. Furthermore, ER H+-pyrophosphatase exhibited some similarities and differences to vacuolar H+-PPases in cofactor/substrate ratios, pH profile, and concentration dependence of F-, imidodiphosphate (a PPi analogue), and various chemical modifiers. These results suggest that ER-enriched vesicles contain a novel type of proton-translocating PPase distinct from that of tonoplast from higher plants.
    Relation: Journal of Plant Physiology 162(2):129-38.
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