Thierry Halter

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Detection of plant and animal pathogens triggers a massive transcriptional reprogramming, which is directed by chromatin-based processes, and ultimately results in antimicrobial immunity. Although the implication of histone modifications in orchestrating biotic stress-induced transcriptional reprogramming has been well characterized, very little was known,(More)
During the last decades, a tremendous amount of progress has been made to better understand how plant NOD-like receptors (NLRs) are activated at the molecular level, post-translationally controlled, chaperoned and localized within the cell. Furthermore, several studies have demonstrated a functional role for alternative splicing (AS) in the regulation of(More)
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