Metabolic and histopathological alterations of Jatropha mosaic begomovirus-infected Jatropha curcas L. by HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy and magnetic resonance imaging. Finally, also the CMP (Comprehensive Multi Phase), a recent NMR probe enabling the analysis of samples in all phases, including the semi-solid HRMAS-like approach, was used to investigate whole living organisms. The integration of results from these different techniques enabled the authors to propose a model structural unit for the specific suburban from Betula nigra bark under study. An advanced NMR application for the identification of the composition of woody angiosperm plants reports a detailed characterization of 13C-labeled poplar plants, when these were preliminarily grown in 13CO2-enriched atmosphere and supplied with [13C6] glucose to roots [47]. The HRMAS technique was combined with MRI to investigate the poisonous Jatropha curcas L. plant infected by a Jatropha mosaic begomovirus [73]. 0). California Privacy Statement, In another study, the composition of wild-type Arabidopsis thaliana was compared to that of cellulose-deficient mutant ectopic lignification1 through HRMAS-based experiments. Pacifico D, Casciani L, Ritota M, Mandolino G, Onofri C, Moschella A, et al. NMR spectroscopy explained—simplified theory, applications and examples for organic chemistry and structural biology. NMR spectroscopy is frequently carried out in solution, but some NMR techniques are used for the characterization of biochemical processes. For instance, a study by HRMAS of both seedling shoots and roots enabled to identify a neat metabolomic response induced in two cultivars of rice by drought and salinity stress [71]. Despite that most of HRMAS applications had been focusing on biomedical studies and materials chemistry [7, 13, 14], a body of literature has already pointed out that HRMAS may result determinant in investigations related to agricultural issues. 2010;33:199–211. HRMAS is a relatively recent NMR technique that was developed to allow direct examination of semi-solid fresh samples without any pre-extraction. AU - Serianni, A. S. AU - Finley, J. W. PY - 1990. Their experimental work was based on an optimized procedure of filling the 4 mm HRMAS rotor with microorganisms. Additionally, this technique may differentiate molecular species according to their degree of mobility in hydrated matrices. A feasibility study. The same authors observed that the detection of aromatic signals may be significantly enhanced when the soil is swollen in dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) rather than in water. More recently, HRMAS was used to examine in vivo the composition of both a wild type and a mutant (GST2) of the Drosophila melanogaster fruit fly [82]. Correspondence to This work also showed that the biomass degradation pathways are similar to those of plant material under similar degrading conditions, thus suggesting that the difference between recalcitrant carbon from different sources is negligible after decomposition. NMR spectroscopy. For example, HRMAS NMR-based metabolomics was applied with the aim of proving the different compositional qualities of three potato cultivars grown under either conventional or organic system [36]. Therefore, HRMAS represents the best solution to also study complex molecular systems, such as membrane proteins, large molecular-weight polymers, whose dipole–dipole interactions are too strong to be sufficiently averaged by the simple molecular motion as that expected in liquid-state NMR spectroscopy. The application of LC-NMR/MS for the direct identification of carbohydrates in beer has been studied. Marseglia A, Acquotti D, Consonni R, Cagliani LR, Palla G, Caligiani C. HR MAS 1H NMR and chemometrics as useful tool to assess the geographical origin of cocoa beans—comparison with HR 1H NMR. A new metabonomic strategy for analysing the growth process of the poplar tree. In particular, the authors used HRMAS to compare the metabolome of wild-type plants with that of transgenic T-35S plants carrying the VaP5CSF129A transgene encoding a mutated enzyme involved in proline biosynthesis. Ongoing research is currently focused on improving the efficiency of the technique for product analysis in situ . Article  Moreover, the rapidity and relative simplicity of the HRMAS technique, well coupled to the inherent reduction of solvents consumption and waste production, represent further elements in making this methodology very attractive for a wide spectrum of scientific investigations. PubMed  Later, the same research group used HRMAS to differentiate three varieties of tomatoes and the basis of their composition [60]. In Farrukh MA, Editor. J Am Chem Soc. Wheeler HL, Soong R, Courtier-Murias D, Botana A, Fortier-Mcgill B, Maas WE, et al. Phytochemistry. Sci. Following glucose depletion, ethanol was oxidized to acetate in treatment (i), but continued to be produced in (ii) [78]. Simpson A, Kingery W, Hatcher P. The identification of plant derived structures in humic materials using three-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. Simpson AJ, Simpson MJ, Kingery WL, Lefebvre BA, Moser A, Williams AJ, et al. Curr Org Chem. Maas WE, Laukien FH, Cory DG. Agric Ecosyst Environ. Moreover, edited (namely “filtered”) pulse sequences, such as T2- and diffusion-based sequences, can be used in HRMAS systems [10–12]. Both 1H and 31P HRMAS NMR spectra were used to elucidate the granule hydration in either wheat- or maize-derived starches at different temperatures [70]. Plant Biotechnol J. Both HRMAS NMR and IR enabled the differentiation of the metabolome of three different cultivars of beans deriving from either wild or transgenic genotype [49]. (Figure reprinted with permission of authors, © 2012 Alam TM, Jenkins JE. High resolution Proton, Carbon-13 and nitrogen-15 nuclear magnetic resonance studies of when proteins at high magnetic fields: Spectral assignments, changes with concentration and heating treatments of flinor gliadins in solution-comparison with gluten spectra. Moreover, when combined with chemometrics, HRMAS represents a reliable tool to study edible agrofood products and assess, directly and indirectly, their nutritional value, geographical origin, authenticity, genotype, and safety. 2013;61:4979–87. Sidhu OP, Annarao S, Pathre U, Snehi SK, Raj SK, Roy R, et al. J Agric Food Chem. It is also critical in HRMAS spectroscopy that the spin rotation has to reach a value at least of the same order of magnitude as the line-broadening interactions, while avoiding an excessively fast rotation that may hasten sample degradation and reduce the measurements reliability. Environ Sci Technol. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. Food Chem. 1H HRMAS NMR spectroscopy and chemometrics for evaluation of metabolic changes in Citrus sinensis caused by Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. The main topics of large interest are the following: (i) the improvement of knowledge on the complex chemical processes occurring in soil and involving its humic and mineral components; (ii) the unraveling of processes related to the biological stimulation of plant growth and relationship between soil components and plant roots; (iii) the bioavailability and fate of pollutants in the agro-environment; (iv) the assessment of quality, geographical origin, and traceability of agrofood products; (v) the development of practices in bio-agriculture aimed to improve crop quality. volume 4, Article number: 11 (2017) 2014;52:422–9. 2015;63:8439–44. Springer Nature. 2007;595:3–8. Advances of high-resolution NMR techniques in the structural and metabolic analysis of plant biochemistry. NMR Spectrometer and Data Collection: A brief description of a NMR spectrometer and its working with attention to locking, shimming, tuning, and parameter optimizations. A twofold accumulation of intermediates of the Tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle in virus-infected plants was found, which suggested a larger rate of respiration [73]. HRMAS is a combination of solid- and liquid-state NMR techniques since it allows us to obtain spectra with a resolution similar to that of liquid-state spectroscopy but on intact and non-manipulated semi-solid materials. This report reviews the latest representative studies that employ HRMAS NMR on systems related to agricultural chemistry, requiring the characterization and dynamics of soil components, plant tissues, agrofood products, and in vivo organisms. Gil AM, Duarte IF, Delgadillo I, Colquhoun IJ, Casuscelli F, Humpfer E, Spraul M. Study of the compositional changes of mango during ripening by use of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. 1), loaded into the HRMAS probe, and spun at a relatively moderate rate (ν The rotor is finally capped (Fig. Soil Sci Soc Am J. 1998;10:239–60. Google Scholar. Langmuir. 1. [Figure reprinted with permission from Mazzei & Piccolo, Copyright 2012 by Food Chem. 1), which may not only further improve spectral resolution, but also select coherence pathways and permit diffusion experiments to differentiate molecular species according to their degree of mobility in hydrated matrices. Winning H, Viereck N, Wollenweber B, Larsen FH, Jacobsen S, Søndergaard I, et al. Combining advanced NMR techniques with ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry: a new strategy for molecular scale characterization of macromolecular components of soil and sedimentary organic matter. 2012;23(6):1054–61. NMR spectroscopy has been repeatedly applied to... Plants. 1H HRMAS-NMR metabolomic to assess quality and traceability of mozzarella cheese from Campania buffalo milk. Biol Fertil Soils. [63] suggested that HRMAS-based experiments also enabled to differentiate and describe both structural and metabolic profiles of intact 13C-enriched wheat, broccoli, and maze seeds [63]. High-resolution magic-angle-spinning NMR spectroscopy for metabolic profiling of intact tissues. The structure of suburban, a protective biopolymer associated with suberin and located in the periderm of above ground parts of plants or in the endoderm of roots, was also investigated by combining HRMAS NMR to other techniques, such as CPMAS NMR, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), flash-pyrolysis Gas Chromatography coupled to Mass Spectrometry (GC–MS), and FT-IR (Fourier Transform-InfraRed spectroscopy) [40]. Dairy products were also intensively studied by HRMAS NMR. 2010;6:121–5. 2008;3:25–32. AU - Schmidt, S. J. (ACS)]. During HRMAS acquisitions, each sample has to be spun at a moderate rate (ν The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated. It is noteworthy the strategy to feed with 13C-labeled Chlamydomonas reinhardtii algae the H. Azteca prior their NMR analysis in order to significantly increase the spectroscopic response for carbon signals. Environ Sci Technol. Water molecule is the key factor of food quality. CAS  As for other biological materials HRMAS has been usefully applied to rapidly monitor the plant stress in response to both abiotic and biotic factors, such as drought, salinity, nutrients deficiency, or pathogens influence. Nuclear magnetic resonance metabolomics of iron deficiency in soybean leaves. Molecular interactions of pesticides at the soil-water interface. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. Here, we described the most relevant applications of HRMAS in studies related to agricultural issues. Moreover, the possibility to acquire edited spectra (T2- and diffusion-based ones are the most commonly used) by HRMAS, further enhances the potential of this technique for quantitative analyses of complex biological systems. In particular, tomato cutin was shown to contain a structural skeleton composed predominantly by an aliphatic polyester with some olefinic and aromatic moieties [38]. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. Scheme of HRMAS stator. Investigating the role of mineral-bound humic acid in phenanthrene sorption. Conceptually, the NMR phenomenon occurs when nuclei of magnetically active (spin number ≠ 0) atoms are immersed in a static magnetic field and exposed to a second oscillating magnetic field. Other works have reported the adoption of HRMAS technique to study the effects of different agricultural practices on plants metabolic profiles, thus relating the soil management to agrofood products. Moreover, they found evidence that the relevant abundances of isobutylic alcohol, lactic acid, and acetic acid, were the markers which would help to identify the aged samples of “mozzarella di bufala campana” [67]. Finally, Capitani et al. Bharti SK, Bhatia A, Tewari SK, Sidhu OP, Roy R. Application of HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy for studying chemotype variations of Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal. CAS  Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a powerful technique for characterization of food products based on measuring the profile of metabolites. Food Chem. HRMAS applications in agriculture Soil humic matter, environmental studies, and agricultural practices NMR spectroscopy has been repeatedly applied to elu-cidate the distribution of carbon molecules in soils of … In addition, in the process of the grains and oil’s production, the oil content of oilseeds, oilseed residue and feedstuff is very important. Geochim Cosmochim Acta. Piccolo A, Campanella L, Petronio BM. CAS  Mol Biosyst. HRMAS was later applied to monitor the antituberculosis ethionamide pro-drug activation in a strain of Mycobacterium smegmatis [79]. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. The enhanced spectral quality still obtained for semi-solid samples is mainly due to the MAS system, whose rapid spinning and sample orientation minimize the anisotropic processes that prevent the acquisition of meaningful NMR spectra for non-liquid materials. Ferrari E, Francioso O, Nardi S, Saladini M, Dal Ferro N, Morari F. DRIFT and HR MAS NMR characterization of humic substances from a soil treated with different organic and mineral fertilizers. Jacobsen NE. Lam L, Soong R, Sutrisno A, de Visser R, Simpson MJ, Wheeler HL, et al. Food Chem. Mori T, Tsuboi Y, Ishida N, Nishikubo N, Demura T, Kikuchi J. Multidimensional high-resolution magic angle spinning and solution-state NMR characterization of 13C-labeled plant metabolites and lignocellulose. The HRMAS technique has been successfully applied to follow the effects of inorganic and organic contaminants in biological tissues. 2013;141:3167–76. Environ Sci Technol. Copyright 2008 by Environ. A HRMAS investigation on organomineral complexes obtained by coating either montmorillonite or kaolinite clays by peat humic acids showed that these humic-clay complexes, especially in acidic conditions, were responsible for the increasing sorption of the non-ionic and hydrophobic phenanthrene contaminant [19]. Gradient, high resolution, magic angle sample spinning NMR. The relatively recent and advanced high-resolution magic angle spinning (HRMAS) NMR technique enables the direct application of NMR spectroscopy to semi-solid and gel-like samples. The authors used HRMAS and liquid-state NMR techniques to analyze the whole poplar tissues and their ethanol/water extracts, respectively. TY - JOUR. 2005;331:452–8. Food Chem. In fact, the still significant segmental molecular motions in semi-solid matter allow the MAS system to efficiently minimize dipolar couplings [8]. Goals / Objectives Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that provides atomic levelcharacterization of the solution structure of small and large molecules. In addition, the authors studied the survival extent of these amphipods as a function of oxygen availability, temperature, and organism orientation into the NMR rotor. Marino G, Righi V, Simoni A, Schenetti L, Mucci A, Tugnoli V, et al. The shaded region in D1 and D2 simply highlights the side of the molecule that has the strongest interaction with the soil surface. 4, 11 (2017). Terms and Conditions, The HRMAS technique was further employed to identify the components of a peat humic acid mostly involved in the organomineral complexes with both kaolinite and montmorillonite clay minerals and how the interactions were influenced by both clay mineralogy and several solution properties, such as pH, ionic strength, and the presence of Na+ and Ca2+ cations [19]. 2014 Jun 11;114(11):5641-94. doi: 10.1021/cr400063g. Mazzei P, Vinale F, Woo SL, Pascale A, Lorito M, Piccolo A. Metabolomics by proton high-resolution magic-angle-spinning nuclear magnetic resonance of tomato plants treated with two secondary metabolites isolated from trichoderma. 2015;5(20):4542–54. 2006;54:4148–54. Food Chem. The HRMAS technique has been also applied to evaluate transgenic plants. A 3D HRMAS spectroscopy was applied to examine tomato cutin and then compared to solution-state spectra of soil extracts from the Ah horizon under an oak forest [18]. 2010;58(17):9675–84. Courtier-Murias D, Farooq H, Masoom H, Botana A, Soong R, Longstaffe JG, et al. An asterisk (*) indicates that absolute quantification was not possible at these positions due to spectral overlap. Later, the same authors adopted a similar analytical approach to identify the structure of cutan and a cutin/cutan mixture from the Agave americana leaf cuticle [39]. Int J Mol Med. The quest from producers and consumers for quality of agrofood products, such as edible fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and cereals, calls for the adoption of reliable analytical techniques and methods that warrant the food nutritional value, traceability, and safety. Sci Rep. 2013;3(3349):1–10. Deshmukh AP, Simpson AJ, Hadad CM, Hatcher PG. The metabolomic profile of the plant leaves revealed that the pesticide affected the concentration of a number of lettuce metabolites, thus indicating a large oxidative stress and a Krebs cycle up-regulation at a late stage of plant growth. tions of HRMAS NMR in agricultural chemistry. The authors claimed for a low toxicity of the herbicide as well as they argued its possible trapping into the cutaneous mucus which suggested a role of earthworms in the horizontal dispersion and stabilization of glyphosate in the drilosphere. 2004;42:396–401. Roots and leaves of swingle citrumelo were investigated to prove the capability of a selected transgene to induce an overexpression of proline, an amino acid commonly associated with plant responses to certain environmental stress [50]. However, both techniques are not devoid of inherent disadvantages. In this respect, Fredlund et al. Planta. 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The application of T2-based (namely CPMG or spin-echo) NMR filters to reduce signals heterogeneity in 1H spectra of humic substances allowed to develop cluster analyses to differentiate humic matter as a function of soil treatments [25]. Distinction between a transgenic and a conventional common bean genotype by 1H HR-MAS NMR. 1H and 31P HRMAS NMR spectroscopy was also applied to in vivo evaluate the composition of Aporrectodea caliginosa earthworms [80]. The authors created epitope maps (Fig. Farooq H, CourtierMurias D, Soong R, Bermel W, Kingery WM, Simpson AJ. Snow vole (Chionomys nivalis Martins) affects the redistribution of soil organic matter and hormone-like activity in the alpine ecosystem: ecological implications. 2013;57:41–53. 3, 4), whereby the most intense proton and carbon signals were duly assigned. Interestingly, the mutant form showed a larger abundance of methanol, fatty acids and/or lipids, glutamine, phenylalanine, starch, and nucleic acids [51]. Ritota M, Casciani L, Han BZ, Cozzolino S, Leita L, Sequi P, et al. Otero L, Préstamo G. Effects of pressure processing on strawberry studied by nuclear magnetic resonance. A relatively moderate spin rate ranging between 3 and 6 kHz is thus recommended, in order to reach best compromise between resolution and sample stability. The metabolomic profiles revealed some exposure-dependent changes in the amount of several maize metabolites, such as carbohydrates, amino acids, tricarboxylic acid cycle intermediates, and fatty acids, which were included in a diagram of biosynthetic pathways [35]. The authors agreed the publication of the manuscript in this journal. Shintu L, Caldarelli S. High-resolution MAS NMR and chemometrics: characterization of the ripening of Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese. Moreover, they found an influence on proteins metabolism, and fumaric acid was identified as a potential marker for drought stress in mature kernels. Food Chem. 2012;23(2):273–9. 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Manolopoulou E, Spinella A, Caponetti E, Dais P, Spyros A. R) around an axis inclined at the magic angle. 2011;143:518–29. In vivo 31P and 1H HR-MAS NMR spectroscopy analysis of the unstarved Aporrectodea caliginosa (Lumbricidae). Ritota et al. Protons which have 80–100% binding are highlighted by red circles, protons with 65–79% with blue, and 64% and lower with green. 2013;238:397–413. This study associated morphological, anatomical, and metabolic profiling of virus-infected tissue of J. curcas plant. In particular, they observed that the content in metabolites relevant for the tomato taste, such as fructose and organic acids, depended on the specific variety [60]. Magn Reson Chem. Today, NMR has become a sophisticated and powerful analytical technology that has found a variety of applications in many disciplines of scientific research, medicine, and various industries. Chem. HRMAS was used to assess the chemical composition of coarsely ground coffee beans of Arabica and Robusta varieties, as well as the variation in content of Maillard reaction-related compounds and coffee aroma constituents, as a function of coffee roasting temperature from 30 to 215 °C [54]. At the same time, the oil content is also important to food quality. 1H HRMAS CPMG NMR spectrum of control tomato leaves acquired at a spin rate of 5 kHz. The possibility given by HRMAS to acquire meaningful NMR spectra directly on … 2015;53:735–44. A combination of several multivariate statistical analyses of 1H HRMAS results was used to differentiate the Italian “mozzarella di bufala campana” on the basis of the geographical origin of that specific soft-cheese product [67]. HRMAS NMR has been recently applied to study the metabolomic changes in the germination of wheat seeds treated with fungicides bavistin and thiram [76]. These results seemed to confirm that a mechanism of organic matter preservation in soil occurs by adsorption on clay minerals of hydrophobic products of biological tissues degradation [21]. Would you like email updates of new search results? The percentage values for each epitope map are all relative to the strongest binding proton in each pesticide, which is expressed as 100%. In a study of the influence of arsenic-contaminated irrigation water on Lactuca sativa L. grown in either sandy or clay loam soils, HRMAS was used to verify how fresh lettuce leaves were affected by the arsenic uptake and soil type [33]. In fact, these samples maintain a sufficient degree of molecular mobility to afford an efficient minimization of factors that affect NMR measurements of solid materials. ( green ) signals Fernández JM, et al HY, Bang E, Dais P, Piccolo A. between. Dj, Moran BW, McCaul MV, et al enhance growth the biochemistry help... 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