Diatom plastids depend on nucleotide import from the cytosol

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2009
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Ast, Michelle
Schmitz-Esser, Stephan
Neuhaus, Horst Ekkehard
Horn, Matthias
Haferkamp, Ilka
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2009, 106(9), pp. 3621-3626. Available under: doi: 10.1073/pnas.0808862106
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Diatoms are ecologically important algae that acquired their plastids by secondary endosymbiosis, resulting in a more complex cell structure and an altered distribution of metabolic pathways when compared with organisms with primary plastids. Diatom plastids are surrounded by 4 membranes; the outermost membrane is continuous with the endoplasmic reticulum. Genome analyses suggest that nucleotide biosynthesis is, in contrast to higher plants, not located in the plastid, but in the cytosol. As a consequence, nucleotides have to be imported into the organelle. However, the mechanism of nucleotide entry into the complex plastid is unknown. We identified a high number of putative nucleotide transporters (NTTs) in the diatoms Thalassiosira pseudonana and Phaeodactylum tricornutum and characterized the first 2 isoforms (NTT1 and NTT2). GFP-based localization studies revealed that both investigated NTTs are targeted to the plastid membranes, and that NTT1 most likely enters the innermost plastid envelope via the stroma. Heterologously expressed NTT1 acts as a proton-dependent adenine nucleotide importer, whereas NTT2 facilitates the counter exchange of (deoxy-)nucleoside triphosphates. Therefore, these transporters functionally resemble NTTs from obligate intracellular bacteria with an impaired nucleotide metabolism rather than ATP/ADP exchanging NTTs from primary plastids. We suggest that diatoms harbor a specifically-adapted nucleotide transport system and that NTTs are the key players in nucleotide supply to the complex plastid.

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chloroplast, complex plastids, nucleotide synthesis, nucleotide transport
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ISO 690AST, Michelle, Ansgar GRUBER, Stephan SCHMITZ-ESSER, Horst Ekkehard NEUHAUS, Peter G. KROTH, Matthias HORN, Ilka HAFERKAMP, 2009. Diatom plastids depend on nucleotide import from the cytosol. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2009, 106(9), pp. 3621-3626. Available under: doi: 10.1073/pnas.0808862106
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  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  pages={3621--3626},
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