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Significance of the Non-Oxidative Pentose Phosphate Pathway in Aspergillus oryzae Grown on Different Carbon Sources Maria Luisa Peleatoa, Teresa M uiño-Blancob, José Alvaro Cebrian Pérezb, and Manuel José López-Pérezb Departamento de Bioquimica y Biologia Molecular y Celular. a Facultad de Ciencias, b Facultad de Veterinaria, 50009 Zaragoza, Spain Z. Naturforsch. 46c, 223-227 (1991); received September 27, 1990/January 25, 1991 Aspergillus, Pentose Phosphate Pathway, Fungal Development Specific enzyme activities o f the non-oxidative pentose phosphate pathway

.1046/j.1471-4159.1997.69031326.x [6] Jenner P., Oxidative stress in Parkinson’s disease, Ann. Neurol., 2003, 53(Suppl. 3), S26–S36, discussion S36–38 http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ana.10483 [7] Ben-Yoseph O., Boxer P.A., Ross B.D., Oxidative stress in the central nervous system: monitoring the metabolic response using the pentose phosphate pathway, Dev. Neurosci., 1994, 16, 328–336 http://dx.doi.org/10.1159/000112127 [8] Salvemini F., Franzé A., Iervolino A., Filosa S., Salzano S., Ursini M.V., Enhanced glutathione levels and oxidoresistance mediated by increased glucose-6

-32. Bolańos JP, Almeida A. (2010). The pentose-phosphate pathway in neuronal survival against nitrosative stress. IUBMB Life 62: 14-18. Bradford MM. (1976). A rapid and sensitive method for the quantitation of microgram quantities of protein utilizing the principle of protein dye binding. Anal Biochem 72: 248-254. Broskova Z, Sotnikova R, Nedelcevova J, Bagi Z. (2013). Eff ect of a novel stobadine derivative on isolated rat arteries. Interdiscip Toxicol 6: 63-66. Cencioni C, Spallotta F, Martelli F, Valente S, Mai A, Zeiher AM, Gaetano C. (2013). Oxidative stress and

The Pentose Phosphate Pathway B.L. Horecker Introduction Fifty years ago most of the key enzymatic reactions accounting for the conversion of glucose to ethanol and C0 2 in yeast and to lactic acid in muscle had been described, primarily in the laboratories of Otto Warburg in Berlin-Dahlem and of Otto Meyerhof in Heidelberg. Respiration, the uptake of oxygen by cells and tissue extracts, was also under intensive investigation, notably by Keilin at the Molteno Institute in Cambridge, by Warburg in Dahlem, and by Theorell in Stockholm. The role of

HOPPE-SEYLER'S Z. PHYSIOL. CHEM. Bd. 351, S. 711-717, Juni 1970 Quantitative Relationship between the Pentose Phosphate Pathway and the Nucleotide Synthesis in Ascites Tumor Cells KARL BRAND and KLAUS DECKNER Max-Planck-Institut für Ernährungsphysiologie, Dortmund, Germany (Received 11 February 1970) Summary: 1. Glucose metabolism of ascites tumor cells proceeding via the glycolytic and the pentose phosphate pathway has been determined using either 1-14C- or 6-14C-labelled glucose as substrate. 1 % of the glucose consumed was found to be metabolized via the

Hoppe-Seylefs Z. Physiol. Chem. Bd. 365, S. 1425-1434, Dezember 1984 Glucose 6-Phosphate Formation by L-Type Pentose Phosphate Pathway Reactions of Rat Liver in vitro: Further Evidence John F. WILLIAMS3 , Michael G. CLARK 5 , Krishan K. ARORA Ü and Ian C. REICHSTEINC a Department of Biochemistry, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia b CSIRO, Division of Human Nutrition, Adelaide, Australia c Baas-Becking Geobiological Laboratories, Canberra, Australia (Received 21 May/10 September 1984) Summary: An investigation of the mechanism The presence of L

("Kiese cycle") and exten- sive GSSG production caused an immediate drain of G-6-P into the pentose phosphate pathway at maxi- mal flow. Despite a 2.4-fold increase in glucose phos- phorylation rate and a branching ratio of 97:3 be- tween pentose phosphate pathway and Embden- Meyerhof pathway, the G-6-P supply was obviously insufficient to meet the immense NADPH demand. Thus, a significant recycling of pentose phosphate pathway-derived F-6-P was observed in the order of 65 %. Comparison of NADPH regeneration and ferri- hemoglobin formation indicates the "Kiese cycle" to

Biol. Chem. Hoppe-Seyler Vol. 369, pp. 549-557, July 1988 Rapid Methods for the High Yield Synthesis of Carbon-13 Enriched Intermediates of the Pentose-Phosphate Pathway Krishan K. ARORA*, J. Grant COLUNSb, John K. MACLEODC and John F. WILLIAMS3 a Department of Biochemistry, The Faculties, The Australian National University, Canberra ACT b Department of Chemistry, University College, The University of New South Wales, The Australian Defence Force Academy, Campbell, ACT c Research School of Chemistry, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT (Received 4

HOPPE-SEYLER'S Z. PHYSIOL. CHEM. Bd. 351, S. 213-220, Februar 1970 Enzyme Pattern of the Pentose Phosphate Pathway in Ascites Tumor Cells and the Effect of Nucleoside Triphosphates on its Enzyme Activities KARL BRAND*, KLAUS DECKNER and JAN MUSIL** Max-Planck-Institut für Ernährungsphysiologie·, Dortmund, Germany (Received 31 October 1969) Summary: 3. With exception of kidney, transketolase was 1. The activities of enzymes of the pentose phos- found to be the limiting enzyme of the pentose phate pathway in various normal and tumor cells phosphate pathway in the

was observed, and the transcript levels of all G6PDH and 6PGDH isoform genes were reduced, apart from one G6PDH isoform gene, AtG6PD5, which was continuously expressed throughout Pi-starvation. Compared to the reduction of almost all isoform genes of G6PDH in Pi-starved cultures, the reduction of 6PGDH genes was less severe. We discuss the localization and possible role of individual isoform genes of G6PDH and 6PGDH in connection with pub- lished databases. Key words: Dehydrogenase, Pentose Phosphate Pathway, Arabidopsis thaliana Introduction The oxidative pentose