Titel: Tobacco BY-2 Cells
Autor/en: Toshiyuki Nagata
'Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry'.
Herausgegeben von Seiichiro Hasezawa, Dirk Inzé, Toshiyuki Nagata
30. Januar 2004 - gebunden - 347 Seiten
It is our pleasure to present the 53rd volume of the Biotechnology in Agric- ture and Forestry (BAF) series. This is the second issue of the BAF series edited by the new editorial team consisting of Professors Horst Lörz, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, Jack Widholm, University of Illinois, Urbana, USA,and Toshiyuki Nagata,University of Tokyo,Tokyo,Japan. This series was originally founded by the late Professor Y. P. S. Bajaj,Delhi,India,in 1986. The current volume is somewhat unique, since in this volume only one plant cell line,the tobacco BY-2 cell line,is handled,while previous volumes mainly dealt with plants having certain economical importance. Nonetheless, the three editors of this volume,Professors Dirk Inzé,Seiichiro Hasezawa and Toshiyuki Nagata,believe that most scientists who are working in the ?eld of plant s- ences will enjoy seeing this volume as a kind of source book of the unique tobacco BY-2 cells. Indeed,tobacco BY-2 cells have,over the years,gained the status as a model plant system,comparable to HeLa cells for human research. The current book is very timely because a wealth of basic knowledge on plant cells related to,e. g. ,cell division,cytoskeleton,cytokinesis,plant hormone s- naling,etc. ,has been gathered from experiments with this cell line. As re?ected in the contents,the accumulated knowledge of the BY-2 cell line is enormous and there is no other cell line that has been so important for progress in the plant sciences. Such knowledge should be shared with scientists from the ?elds of both applied and basic plant science.
1 When I encountered tobacco BY-2 cell line T. Nagata Cell Cycle 2 Improvements of the molecular toolbox for cell cycle studies in tobacco BY-2 cells J. Joubes, D. Inzé and D. Geelen 3 Transcriptional regulation during the plant cell cycle: Involvement of Myb proteins in cyclin B transcription M. Ito 4 Control of the G1/S phase transition in tobacco BY-2 cells M. Sekine and A. Shinmyo 5 Expression, localization and stability of mitotic cyclins in tobacco BY-2 cells Y. Parmentier, M.C. Crique, T. Potuschak and P. Genschik Cell Biology and Cytoskeleton 6 Molecular mechanisms of microtubule nucleation in tobacco BY-2 cells A.-C. Schmit, J. Canaday, V. Seltzer, S. Campagne, E. Herzog, J.-L. Evradrd and A.-M. Lambert 7 Dynamic behavior of microtubules and vacuoles at M/G1 interface observed in living tobacco BY-2 cells F. Kumagai, A. Yoneda, N. Kutsuna and S. Hasezawa 8 Tobacco BY-2 cells as an ideal material for biochemical studies of plant cytoskeletal proteins S. Sonobe, E. Yokata and T. Shimmen 9 Cell plate formation in plant cells as visualized using the model plant cells of tobacco BY-2 T. Asada and Y. Yasuhara Physiological and Developmental Aspects 10 Hormonal control of plant cell cycle L. Roef and H. Van Onckelen 11 Block points in the cell cycle progression of plant cells: deduced lessons from tobacco BY-2 cells T. Sano, T. Shimizu, K. Sakamoto and T. Nagata 12 Growth and physiology of suspension-cultured plant cells: the contribution of tobacco BY-2 cells to the study of auxin action J.-P. Renaudin 13 Dual pathways for auxin regulation of cell division and expansion A. Jones, H. Ullah and J. Chen 14 Studies on dynamic changes of organelles using tobacco BY-2 as the model plant cell line A. Sakai, Y.Miyazawa and T. Kuroiwa 15 Cell wall dynamics in tobacco BY-2 cells R. Yokoyama, D. Tanaka, T. Fujino, T. Itoh and K. Nishitani 16 Regulation of secondary metabolism in tobacco cell cultures S. Salonvaara and K.-M. Oksman 17 Boron nutrition of cultured tobacco BY-2 M. Kobayashi and T. Matoh Molecular Biological Aspects 18 In vitro transcription system from tobacco BY-2 cells Y. Yukawa and M. Sugiura 19 Protein sorting and protein modification along the secretary pathway in tobacco BY-2 cells K. Matsuoka 20 Characterization of the TGV inducible/repressible gene expression system in tobacco BY-2 cells S. Planchais, G. Kuna, G.. Armstrong and J.A.H. Murray 21 Tobacco BY-2 cell line as a model system to understand in planta coactivator interactions R.A. Bhat and R. Thompson 22 Tobacco BY-2 proteomics K. Laukens and E. Witters
From the reviews:
"... this book is a must for all people working with tobacco BY-2 cells." (Journal of Plant Physiology)
"This book ... is a past due summary of a huge body of data about the tobacco BY-2 cell culture. The tobacco BY-2 cell line has acquired a unique position in plant science, and more than 500 papers have been published ... . this book is a must for all people working with tobacco BY-2 cells." (Katja Hartig, Journal of Plant Physiology, Vol. 162, 2005)