By H. Sandermann (auth.), Prof. Dr. Heinrich Sandermann (eds.)
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In addition, the GSTOs, DHARs and GSTLs aH catalyse thiol transfer reactions (Board et al. 2000; Dixon et al. 2002a). The exact significance of these thioltransferase reactions is unknown, though in other glutathione-dependent proteins such as the glutaredoxins, this re action removes glutathione from S-glutathionylated proteins. Since S-glutathionylation of proteins, also termed thiolation, is an important method of regulating the activity of proteins with reactive sulphydryl groups (Klatt and Lamas 2000), both DHARs and GSTLs may have important roles in regulating protein thiolation, areaction which is known to occur during oxidative stress.
Under normal conditions, this enzyme has been shown to bind jun Metabolism by Glutathione S-Transferases 37 kinase, inhibiting its phosphorylating activity. Stress invoked by treatment with UV or H 2 0 2 causes multimerisation ofhGSTP, which ameliorates its inhibition of jun kinase. This in turn activates a signalling cascade resulting in the expression of cytoprotective genes (Adler et al. 1999). Other examples indude the stringent starvation protein SspA from E. coli, which is a member of the GST superfamily and which binds to RNA polymerase under conditions of starvation, leading to large scale changes in gene expression (Williams et al.
1 GSTs in Transgenic Plants Considering the long-standing links between GSTs and the tolerance of plants to biotic and abiotic stress, there are remarkably few reports of the respective co ding sequences being over-expressed or used in antisense studies in transgenic plants. In contrast there are many reports of the promoters of inducible GSTs being used to drive the expression of reporter genes to study the regulation of these genes (see Sect. 2). Workers at Syngenta have reported the effects of the over-expression of a safener-inducible GSTF from maize in tobacco, with the transgenic plants showing increased tolerance to both chloroacetanilide and thiocarbamate herbicides (Jepson et al.