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Interactions Between Genome Architecture and Virulence Genes in Pseudomonas syringae, strain CC1557 as a model

bioRxiv

Nov 23, 2013

Kevin L HockettDavid A Baltrus

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Both type III effector proteins and non-ribosomal peptide toxins play important roles for Pseudomonas syringae pathogenicity in host plants, but if and how these virulence pathways interact to promote infection remains unclear. Genomic evidence from one clade of P. syringae suggests a t...read more

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Phytophthora syringae
Hypersensitivity Reaction Mediated by Immune Complex
Bio-Informatics
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Interactions Between Genome Architecture and Virulence Genes in Pseudomonas syringae, strain CC1557 as a model

bioRxiv

Nov 23, 2013

Kevin L HockettDavid A Baltrus

PMID: 990000869

DOI: 10.1101/000869

Abstract

Both type III effector proteins and non-ribosomal peptide toxins play important roles for Pseudomonas syringae pathogenicity in host plants, but if and how these virulence pathways interact to promote infection remains unclear. Genomic evidence from one clade of P. syringae suggests a t...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Biochemical Pathway
Syringomycin
Genome
Genes
Pathogenic Organism
Toxin
Phytophthora syringae
Hypersensitivity Reaction Mediated by Immune Complex
Bio-Informatics
Syringopeptin 25-A
18
12

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