(+)-Octopine - CAS 34522-32-2
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Product Name:
(+)-Octopine
Catalog Number:
34522-32-2
Synonyms:
N2-[(1R)-1-Carboxyethyl]-L-arginine
CAS Number:
34522-32-2
Molecular Weight:
246.26
Molecular Formula:
C9H18N4O4
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Chemical Structure
CAS 34522-32-2 (+)-Octopine

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Reference Reading


1.Complete genome sequence of opine-utilizing Variovorax sp. strain PAMC28711 isolated from an Antarctic lichen.
Han SR1, Lee JH1, Kang S2, Park H3, Oh TJ4. J Biotechnol. 2016 May 10;225:46-7. doi: 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2016.03.042. Epub 2016 Mar 23.
We report the complete genome sequence of Variovorax sp. strain PAMC28711 isolated from the Antarctic lichen Himantormia sp. Whole genome sequencing revealed opine oxidase- and octopine dehydrogenase-related gene clusters that are involved in octopine utilization. These data will lead to future genetic and biochemical studies on the unusual catabolic traits of opine and octopine utilization in extremely cold environments.
2.Complete genome sequence of Burkholderia sp. strain PAMC28687, a potential octopine-utilizing bacterium isolated from Antarctica lichen.
Han SR1, Yu SC1, Ahn DH2, Park H3, Oh TJ4. J Biotechnol. 2016 Mar 23;226:16-17. doi: 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2016.03.043. [Epub ahead of print]
We report the complete genome sequence of Burkholderia sp. PAMC28687, which was isolated from the Antarctica lichen Useea sp., for better understanding of its catabolic traits in utilizing octopine as a source of carbon/nitrogen between Burkholderia and lichen. The genome consists of three circular chromosomes with five circular plasmids for the total 6,881,273bp sized genome with a G+C content of 58.14%.
3.Proteomic responses to hypoxia at different temperatures in the great scallop (Pecten maximus).
Artigaud S1, Lacroix C1, Richard J1, Flye-Sainte-Marie J1, Bargelloni L2, Pichereau V1. PeerJ. 2015 Mar 31;3:e871. doi: 10.7717/peerj.871. eCollection 2015.
Hypoxia and hyperthermia are two connected consequences of the ongoing global change and constitute major threats for coastal marine organisms. In the present study, we used a proteomic approach to characterize the changes induced by hypoxia in the great scallop, Pecten maximus, subjected to three different temperatures (10 °C, 18 °C and 25 °C). We did not observe any significant change induced by hypoxia in animals acclimated at 10 °C. At 18 °C and 25 °C, 16 and 11 protein spots were differentially accumulated between normoxia and hypoxia, respectively. Moreover, biochemical data (octopine dehydrogenase activity and arginine assays) suggest that animals grown at 25 °C switched their metabolism towards anaerobic metabolism when exposed to both normoxia and hypoxia, suggesting that this temperature is out of the scallops' optimal thermal window. The 11 proteins identified with high confidence by mass spectrometry are involved in protein modifications and signaling (e.
4.An increasing opine carbon bias in artificial exudation systems and genetically modified plant rhizospheres leads to an increasing reshaping of bacterial populations.
Mondy S1, Lenglet A, Beury-Cirou A, Libanga C, Ratet P, Faure D, Dessaux Y. Mol Ecol. 2014 Oct;23(19):4846-61. doi: 10.1111/mec.12890.
To investigate how exudation shapes root-associated bacterial populations, transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana plants that exuded the xenotopic compound octopine at low and high rates were grown in a nonsterile soil. Enumerations of both cultivable and octopine-degrading bacteria demonstrated that the ratios of octopine degraders increased along with octopine concentration. An artificial exudation system was also set up in which octopine was brought at four ratios. The density of octopine-degrading bacteria directly correlated with the input of octopine. Bacterial diversity was analysed by rrs amplicon pyrosequencing. Ensifer and Pseudomonas were significantly more frequently detected in soil amended with artificial exudates. However, the density of Pseudomonas increased as a response to carbon supplementation while that of Ensifer only correlated with octopine concentrations possibly in relation to two opposed colonization strategies of rhizosphere bacteria, that is, copiotrophy and oligotrophy.