Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism

Gött-Zink L, Kottke T (2021)
Frontiers in Chemistry 9: 780199.

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Plant cryptochromes are central blue light receptors for the control of land plant and algal development including the circadian clock and the cell cycle. Cryptochromes share a photolyase homology region with about 500 amino acids and bind the chromophore flavin adenine dinucleotide. Characteristic for plant cryptochromes is a conserved aspartic acid close to flavin and an exceptionally long C-terminal extension. The mechanism of activation by excitation and reduction of the chromophore flavin adenine dinucleotide has been controversially discussed for many years. Various spectroscopic techniques have contributed to our understanding of plant cryptochromes by providing high time resolution, ambient conditions and even in-cell approaches. As a result, unifying and differing aspects of photoreaction and signal propagation have been revealed in comparison to members from other cryptochrome subfamilies. Here, we review the insight from spectroscopy on the flavin photoreaction in plant cryptochromes and present the current models on the signal propagation from flavin reduction to dissociation of the C-terminal extension.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Frontiers in Chemistry
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9
Art.-Nr.
780199
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2296-2646
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2959944

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Gött-Zink L, Kottke T. Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism. Frontiers in Chemistry. 2021;9: 780199.
Gött-Zink, L., & Kottke, T. (2021). Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism. Frontiers in Chemistry, 9, 780199. https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2021.780199
Gött-Zink, Lukas, and Kottke, Tilman. 2021. “Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism”. Frontiers in Chemistry 9: 780199.
Gött-Zink, L., and Kottke, T. (2021). Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism. Frontiers in Chemistry 9:780199.
Gött-Zink, L., & Kottke, T., 2021. Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism. Frontiers in Chemistry, 9: 780199.
L. Gött-Zink and T. Kottke, “Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism”, Frontiers in Chemistry, vol. 9, 2021, : 780199.
Gött-Zink, L., Kottke, T.: Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism. Frontiers in Chemistry. 9, : 780199 (2021).
Gött-Zink, Lukas, and Kottke, Tilman. “Plant Cryptochromes Illuminated: A Spectroscopic Perspective on the Mechanism”. Frontiers in Chemistry 9 (2021): 780199.
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