A proteomic study of pectin-degrading enzymes secreted by Botrytis cinerea grown in liquid culture.

@article{Shah2009APS,
  title={A proteomic study of pectin-degrading enzymes secreted by Botrytis cinerea grown in liquid culture.},
  author={Punit J Shah and Gerardo Guti{\'e}rrez-S{\'a}nchez and Ronald Orlando and Carl W Bergmann},
  journal={Proteomics},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 11},
  pages={3126-35}
}
Botrytis cinerea is a pathogenic filamentous fungus, which infects more than 200 plant species. The enzymes secreted by B. cinerea play an important role in the successful colonization of a host plant. Some of the secreted enzymes are involved in the degradation of pectin, a major component of the plant cell wall. A total of 126 proteins secreted by B. cinerea were identified by growing the fungus on highly or partially esterified pectin, or on sucrose in liquid culture. Sixty-seven common… CONTINUE READING

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