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The Decoy Substrate of a Pathogen Effector and a Pseudokinase Specify Pathogen-Induced Modified-Self Recognition and Immunity in Plants.
In plants, host response to pathogenic microbes is driven both by microbial perception and detection of modified-self. The Xanthomonas campestris effector protein AvrAC/XopAC uridylylates theExpand
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Reconstitution and structure of a plant NLR resistosome conferring immunity
The plant resistosome comes into focus Nucleotide-binding, leucine-rich repeat receptors (NLRs) initiate immune responses when they sense a pathogen-associated effector. In animals, oligomerizationExpand
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Ligand-triggered allosteric ADP release primes a plant NLR complex
The plant resistosome comes into focus Nucleotide-binding, leucine-rich repeat receptors (NLRs) initiate immune responses when they sense a pathogen-associated effector. In animals, oligomerizationExpand
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Receptor Kinases in Plant-Pathogen Interactions: More Than Pattern Recognition[OPEN]
A current view of the role and regulation of plant receptor kinases that act as innate immune receptors or an Achilles’ heel targeted by phytopathogens. Receptor-like kinases (RLKs) and Receptor-likeExpand
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An organ boundary-enriched gene regulatory network uncovers regulatory hierarchies underlying axillary meristem initiation
Gene regulatory networks (GRNs) control development via cell type-specific gene expression and interactions between transcription factors (TFs) and regulatory promoter regions. Plant organ boundariesExpand
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Ligand-triggered allosteric ADP release primes a plant NLR complex
INTRODUCTION Nucleotide-binding (NB), leucine-rich repeat (LRR) receptor (NLR) proteins constitute a family of intracellular immune receptors in both animals and plants that detect the presence ofExpand
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Metabolic Control of Viral Infection through PPAR-α Regulation of STING Signaling
Cellular metabolic pathways contribute to many aspects of viral infection and may have pro-viral as well as antiviral functions. However, specific mechanisms for metabolic regulation of antiviralExpand
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