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Título: Evaluation of the role of glutathione in the lead-induced toxicity in saccharomyces cerevisiae
Autor: Perez, Rita R.
Sousa, Cátia A.
Vankeersbilck, Thomas
Machado, Manuela D.
Soares, Eduardo V.
Data: 2013
Editora: Springer
Relatório da Série N.º: Current Microbiology; Vol. 67, Issue 3
Resumo: The effect of intracellular reduced glutathione (GSH) in the lead stress response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae was investigated. Yeast cells exposed to Pb, for 3 h, lost the cell proliferation capacity (viability) and decreased intracellular GSH level. The Pb-induced loss of cell viability was compared among yeast cells deficient in GSH1 (∆gsh1) or GSH2 (∆gsh2) genes and wild-type (WT) cells. When exposed to Pb, ∆gsh1 and ∆gsh2 cells did not display an increased loss of viability, compared with WT cells. However, the depletion of cellular thiols, including GSH, by treatment of WT cells with iodoacetamide (an alkylating agent, which binds covalently to thiol group), increased the loss of viability in Pb-treated cells. In contrast, GSH enrichment, due to the incubation of WT cells with amino acids mixture constituting GSH (l-glutamic acid, l-cysteine and glycine), reduced the Pb-induced loss of proliferation capacity. The obtained results suggest that intracellular GSH is involved in the defence against the Pb-induced toxicity; however, at physiological concentration, GSH seems not to be sufficient to prevent the Pb-induced loss of cell viability.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/4246
ISSN: 0343-8651
Versão do Editor: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00284-013-0364-z
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