Rosenfeld 2002 Yeast

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Rosenfeld E, Beauvoit B, Rigoulet M, Salmon JM (2002) Non-respiratory oxygen consumption pathways in anaerobically-grown Saccharomyces cerevisiae: evidence and partial characterization. Yeast 19:1299-321.

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Rosenfeld E, Beauvoit B, Rigoulet M, Salmon JM (2002) Yeast

Abstract: Despite the absence of an alternative mitochondrial ubiquinol oxidase, Saccharomyces cerevisiae consumes oxygen in an antimycin A- and cyanide-resistant manner. Cyanide-resistant respiration is typically used when the classical respiratory chain is impaired or absent (i.e in anaerobically-grown cells shifted to normoxia or in respiratory-deficient cells). We characterized the non-respiratory oxygen consumption pathways operating during anoxic-normoxic transitions in glucose-repressed resting cells. High-resolution oxygraphy confirmed that the cellular non-respiratory oxygen consumption pathway is sensitive to high concentrations of cyanide, azide, SHAM and TTFA, and revealed several new characteristics. First, the use of sterol biosynthesis inhibitors showed that this pathway makes a considerable contribution (about 25%) to both endogenous and glucose-dependent oxygen consumption. Anaerobically-grown glucose-repressed cells exhibited high apparent oxygen affinities (K(m) for oxygen = 0.5-1 micro M), even in mutants deficient in respiration or sterol synthesis. Exogeneously added glucose and endogenous stored carbohydrates were the only substrates that were efficient for cellular oxygen consumption (apparent K(m) for exogenous glucose = 2-3 mM). On the other hand, fluorimetric measurements of the cellular NAD(P)H pool showed that the cellular oxygen consumption (sterol biosynthesis and unknown pathways) was dependent more on the intracellular level of NADPH than of NADH. High oxygen affinity NADPH-dependent oxygen consumption systems were thought to be mainly localized in microsomal membranes, and several data indicated a significant contribution made by uncoupled p450 systems, together with still uncharacterized systems. Such activities are associated in vitro with a massive production of O2 (.-) and, to a lower extent, H2O2 and a likely concomitant production of H2O.

Keywords: Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Oxygen consumption, Non-respiratory pathways, AOX, ROX, ROS, P450

O2k-Network Lab: FR La Rochelle Rosenfeld E, FR Montpellier Salmon JM


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Stress:Ischemia-reperfusion, Oxidative stress;RONS  Organism: Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Fungi  Tissue;cell: Blood cells  Preparation: Intact cells, Oxidase;biochemical oxidation  Enzyme: Complex I, Complex II;succinate dehydrogenase, Complex III, Complex IV;cytochrome c oxidase  Regulation: Aerobic glycolysis, Inhibitor, Redox state, Substrate 

Pathway: ROX  HRR: Oxygraph-2k