By Helen R. Irving, Chris Gehring (auth.), Chris Gehring (eds.)
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Authoritative and practical, Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in vegetation: equipment and Protocols seeks to help scientist in additional realizing sign transduction and the molecular mechanisms underlying mobile signaling.
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1–1 ml. The isolation and quantification of NAADP can be accomplished by HPLC as described . The products are analyzed on a 10 × 220 mm column packed with AG MP-1 (Bio-Rad) and eluted with a gradient of trifluoroacetic acid from 0 to 100 % over 30 min at a flow rate of 3 ml/min . 1 to 30 min. 8 min. The NAADP product should accumulate with time and the NADP substrate decrease with time. 2 Measurement of Cyclic ADP Ribose 1. Preparing acid extracts: cADPR can be measured in acid extracts prepared from cells.
NGD is also a substrate for enzymes that have ADP-ribosyl cyclase activity. However, whereas the 44 Richard M. Graeff and Hon Cheung Lee Fig. 1 HPLC separation of reaction products after incubation with NAD. (a) Incubation with CD38. 1 % SDS. The products are analyzed by HPLC on a 10 × 220 mm column packed with AG MP-1 (Bio-Rad) and eluted with a gradient of trifluoroacetic acid from 0 to 100 % over 30 min at a flow rate of 3 ml/min . 1 to 30 min. The products of the reaction include nicotinamide (Nic), and ADP-ribose.
Graeff and Hon Cheung Lee Following treatment with NADase, cADPR is measured by the cycling assay . 4. NADase preparation: NADase has been available from commercial sources but may be difficult to obtain. 5. If it is not available, an extract of N. crassa can be prepared. The NADase from N. crassa has been shown to have no ADPribosyl cyclase activity and converts NAD to ADPR . In addition, the NADase does not have to be a pure protein for it to effectively remove NAD or NADP. The N. crassa spores can be obtained from commercial sources and the mold is grown in liquid culture in minimal media: 50× Vogel’s solution is diluted to 1× and supplemented with 2 % glucose.
Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in Plants: Methods and Protocols by Helen R. Irving, Chris Gehring (auth.), Chris Gehring (eds.)