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Physiological changes leading to anhydrobiosis improve radiation tolerance in ${it Polypedilum vanderplanki}$ larvae

ネムリユスリカ幼虫の乾燥休眠に入る際の生理学的変化と放射線耐性との関係

渡邊 匡彦*; 中原 雄一*; 坂下 哲哉; 黄川田 隆洋*; 藤田 昭彦*; 浜田 信行*; 堀川 大樹*; 和田 成一*; 小林 泰彦; 奥田 隆*

Watanabe, Masahiko*; Nakahara, Yuichi*; Sakashita, Tetsuya; Kikawada, Takahiro*; Fujita, Akihiko*; Hamada, Nobuyuki*; Horikawa, Daiki*; Wada, Seiichi*; Kobayashi, Yasuhiko; Okuda, Takashi*

本研究では、4種類のネムリユスリカ幼虫:(1)非乾燥幼虫,(2)非乾燥と乾燥との中間に位置する中間体幼虫,(3)乾燥幼虫,(4)乾燥から水に戻してすぐの幼虫について高LET放射線の影響を調べた。中間体幼虫と水に戻してすぐの幼虫は、非乾燥幼虫と比べてより長い期間生存した。これは、非乾燥幼虫であっても放射線耐性が増強することを意味する。乾燥幼虫になるための生理的変化(トレハロースの蓄積,損傷修復能力の増加)は、非乾燥幼虫の放射線耐性の増強と良い相関があった。加えて、乾燥幼虫は4種類の幼虫の中で最も放射線耐性が強かった。

We examined effects of high-LET radiation on 4 kinds of larvae: (1) normal hydrated (intact) larva, (2) intermediates between the anhydrobiotic and normal hydrated state, (3) almost completely dehydrated (anhydrobiotic) larvae, and (4) immediately-rehydrated larvae that are assumed to have a similar molecular profile to anhydrobiotic larvae. The intermediates and immediately-rehydrated larvae survived longer after high-LET radiation than intact larvae, indicating that radiation tolerance could be enhanced even in hydrated larvae. Physiological changes toward anhydrobiosis, e.g. accumulation of protectants or increasing damage repair capacity, correlate with improved radiation tolerance in hydrated larvae. In addition, almost complete desiccation further enhanced radiation tolerance, possibly in a different way from the hydrated larvae.

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