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Comparative acetylome analysis of wild-type and fuzzless-lintless mutant ovules of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum Cv. Xu142) unveils differential protein acetylation may regulate fiber development.
Year:
2020
Source of publication :
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
Authors :
סינג, פרשנט קומאר
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Volume :
150
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Wei Gao - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Peng Liao - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Yang Li - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Fu-Chun Xu - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Xiao-Nan Ma - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Lu Long - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Chun-Peng Song - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.

 

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Protein acetylation (KAC) is a significant post-translational modification, which plays an essential role in the regulation of growth and development. Unfortunately, related studies are inadequately available in angiosperms, and to date, there is no report providing insight on the role of protein acetylation in cotton fiber development. Therefore, we first compared the lysine-acetylation proteome (acetylome) of upland cotton ovules in the early fiber development stages by using wild-type as well as its fuzzless-lintless mutant to identify the role of KAC in the fiber development. A total of 1696 proteins with 2754 acetylation sites identified with the different levels of acetylation belonging to separate subcellular compartments suggesting a large number of proteins differentially acetylated in two cotton cultivars. About 80% of the sites were predicted to localize in the cytoplasm, chloroplast, and mitochondria. Seventeen significantly enriched acetylation motifs were identified. Serine and threonine and cysteine located downstream and upstream to KAC sites. KEGG pathway enrichment analysis indicated oxidative phosphorylation, fatty acid, ribosome and protein, and folate biosynthesis pathways enriched significantly. To our knowledge, this is the first report of comparative acetylome analysis to compare the wild-type as well as its fuzzless-lintless mutant acetylome data to identify the differentially acetylated proteins, which may play a significant role in cotton fiber development.

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Acetylome
Cotton Fiber
LC-MS/MS
TMT-Labeling
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10.1016/j.plaphy.2020.02.031
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Wei Gao - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Peng Liao - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Yang Li - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Fu-Chun Xu - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Xiao-Nan Ma - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Lu Long - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.
Chun-Peng Song - State Key Laboratory of Cotton Biology, Henan Key Laboratory of Plant Stress Biology, School of Life Sciences, Department of Biology, Henan University, Kaifeng, China.

 

Comparative acetylome analysis of wild-type and fuzzless-lintless mutant ovules of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum Cv. Xu142) unveils differential protein acetylation may regulate fiber development.

Protein acetylation (KAC) is a significant post-translational modification, which plays an essential role in the regulation of growth and development. Unfortunately, related studies are inadequately available in angiosperms, and to date, there is no report providing insight on the role of protein acetylation in cotton fiber development. Therefore, we first compared the lysine-acetylation proteome (acetylome) of upland cotton ovules in the early fiber development stages by using wild-type as well as its fuzzless-lintless mutant to identify the role of KAC in the fiber development. A total of 1696 proteins with 2754 acetylation sites identified with the different levels of acetylation belonging to separate subcellular compartments suggesting a large number of proteins differentially acetylated in two cotton cultivars. About 80% of the sites were predicted to localize in the cytoplasm, chloroplast, and mitochondria. Seventeen significantly enriched acetylation motifs were identified. Serine and threonine and cysteine located downstream and upstream to KAC sites. KEGG pathway enrichment analysis indicated oxidative phosphorylation, fatty acid, ribosome and protein, and folate biosynthesis pathways enriched significantly. To our knowledge, this is the first report of comparative acetylome analysis to compare the wild-type as well as its fuzzless-lintless mutant acetylome data to identify the differentially acetylated proteins, which may play a significant role in cotton fiber development.

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