Accumulation of the two transcripts of the N gene, conferring resistance to tobacco mosaic virus, is probably important for N gene-dependent hypersensitive cell death.

@article{Takabatake2006AccumulationOT,
  title={Accumulation of the two transcripts of the N gene, conferring resistance to tobacco mosaic virus, is probably important for N gene-dependent hypersensitive cell death.},
  author={Reona Takabatake and Shigemi Seo and Ichiro Mitsuhara and Shinnya Tsuda and Yuko Ohashi},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 2},
  pages={254-61}
}
The N gene is a Toll/interleukin-1 receptor (TIR)-nucleotide-binding site (NBS)-leucine-rich repeat (LRR)-type resistance (R) gene that generates two alternative transcripts, N(S) and N(L). N(S) encodes the full-length N protein while N(L) is predicted to encode a truncated form of the protein lacking most of the LRR region. We found that the two transcripts were accumulated at 20 degrees C, a permissive temperature, but not at 30 degrees C, a non-permissive temperature for the N gene, in… CONTINUE READING

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