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Transgenic expression of the dicotyledonous pattern recognition receptor EFR in rice leads to ligand-dependent activation of defense responses

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Benjamin SchwessingerPamela Ronald

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Plant plasma membrane localized pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) detect extracellular pathogen-associated molecules. PRRs such as Arabidopsis EFR and rice XA21 are taxonomically restricted and are absent from most plant genomes. Here we show that rice plants expressing EFR or the ch...read more

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Transgenic expression of the dicotyledonous pattern recognition receptor EFR in rice leads to ligand-dependent activation of defense responses

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Benjamin SchwessingerPamela Ronald

PMID: 990006155

DOI: 10.1101/006155

Abstract

Plant plasma membrane localized pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) detect extracellular pathogen-associated molecules. PRRs such as Arabidopsis EFR and rice XA21 are taxonomically restricted and are absent from most plant genomes. Here we show that rice plants expressing EFR or the ch...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

MAP Kinase Kinase Kinase
Protein Overexpression
Protein Domain
Resistance Process
Pattern Recognition
Receptors, Pattern Recognition
Ligands
Species
Ligands Activity
Isolate - Microorganism
22
1

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